Sunday, December 21, 2014

10 Super Sentences to Name Feelings

                         Sentence Completion Activity
                        to help students name feelings. 

Many times, students express themselves with only three feelings: happy, sad, angry.  Use this activity to get them to recognize and define other feelings. 

Complete the following sentences using a feeling.  Try to use a different feeling for each sentence.

When someone is rude to me I feel 


When someone is kind to me I feel 


If I were given a surprise party I would feel


When I say something stupid I feel 


If someone bullied me on-line I would feel


When all of my friends are out of town I feel


Just before test grades are passed out, I feel


When I talk to someone I really like I feel 


When I am criticized I feel 


When I win at a sport I feel


Can you name different feelings?  Did you think of some of these?

            Angry, mad, sad, depressed, annoyed, happy, elated, terrified, worried, distraught, confused, lonely, excited, stressed, fatigued, anxious, nervous, belittled, surprised, relaxed, frustrated, degraded

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