Feelings Faces

I’ve used these feelings faces in storytime  for years, so I figured that it was finally time to make a printable.

This version of “If You’re Happy and You Know It” is great for helping young learners express emotions.  I use “feelings faces” to add a visual for the children.  I pull each face out, one at a time, and ask “Can you guess what they are feeling?”  Then we sing the corresponding verse.

Feelings Faces Printable

Scared, Happy, Sad, Angry, Surprised, and Silly

Click Here for PrintableClick to Download Feelings Faces Printable (pdf)

I suggest printing them on cardstock and then taping them to jumbo popsicle sticks.  Or you could laminate them, add velcro, and use them on your flannel board.

If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands.
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.
If you’re happy and you know it, then your face with surely show it.
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.

If you’re surprised and you know it, say “Oh my!”…
If you’re sad and you know it, rub your eyes “Boo hoo”…
If you’re scared and you know it, shiver and shake….
If you’re angry and you know it, stomp your feet…
If you’re silly and you know, make a funny face…

I always end with a “happy” verse again!

For around Halloween time, I’ve also adapted these into Jack-o-lantern Feeling Faces.

Enjoy!  ~Leah

9 thoughts on “Feelings Faces

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  2. How sweet of you ! You allow me to download files without log-in. Your pictures are so great that I could understand some differences between feelings from the faces. Thanks a lot.

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  6. Is this feelings chart open source? I’d like to use it as part of a feelings activity for 5-8 year olds and want to print copies to distribute. Thanks!

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