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In my classroom i am setting up a 'feelings wall' for next term. Ideas which we have so far are

* emotion flowers - children peg their name onto a flower which shows how they are feeling

* photo's showing various emotions

* variety of emotion story books to read hanging on the wall (its a low wall which i will be putting cushions next to)

*mood music to listen to.

Can anyone think of anything else which we could add to enhance the area?

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:) How about a mirror? Also have you seen SEAL resources. They have fantastic photograhs showing different emotions.
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Love the mirror idea. Thanks fairynougyh. I have got the SEAL resources. I am going to use the photo's from the pack

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Oh dear! When I read the topic title I thought it meant textures. :o

 

Sorry, I think my brain is befuddled - thats what you get from going on holiday and soaking up too much sun. :D

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I was on the SEAL course earlier this year and one school used the emotion displays as a starting point for ircle time discussion. The children moved their own name/picture as their feelings changed through the day. Another display was used to help the children develop the vocabulary to describe how they felt.

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