Feelings Chart Communication Board
This is a digital download, no physical items will be sent to you. You will see the download as either a PDF or zip file.
Use this Feelings Chart as a communication board, visual support, and/or check-in. Learning about and identifying feelings is foundational to self-regulation and self-advocacy for Autistic students, broadly neurodivergent students, and any student who can benefit from breaking down the steps to self-regulation.
Objective: Individuals will use this visual support as they work on building self-awareness, identifying, and sharing their feelings and emotions as they arise.
- About the Resource
- Using the Resource
- Resource Walkthrough
Full Page Choice Boards
- 3 versions: 1) blank to add cards, 2) filled in to add cards on top, 3) use for pointing, no manipulatives needed
Individual Feelings Photo Cards
- 12 different options: happy, sad, angry, overwhelmed, tired, bored, sick, confused, frustrated, worried, ready, and relaxed.
Suggested Uses:While you can use these cards in a variety of ways at home, in the classroom, and community, some suggested uses are included below:
- Daily routines
- Daily and multiple check-ins
- Emotions and feelings lessons, activities, and practice
- Identify how similar/different the individual shows these emotions
- Communication throughout the day
- Self-awareness support and self-advocacy around sharing emotions
- IEP goals to aid students in learning about their emotions and matching with self-regulation