Welcome to the feelings and emotions section of the site. There are currently 214 worksheets
available on this topic; they are free and easy to print out to use in your classroom. This feelings & emotions worksheet
uses an amusing character to illustrate thirty different emotions. You can use this as an introduction, a study sheet, a poster, and even adapt it to make your own matching worksheet to help test students on basic feelings. If this is not what you are looking for, browse the section for something more suitable for your students. You are encouraged to rate and leave comments for the worksheets you use and can even upload your own worksheets for other teachers to try out.
Feelings and emotions are very difficult to express in a non-native language. Help students talk about their feelings by introducing common phrases and giving them the opportunity to practice using them. If your students all respond “I’m fine, thank you.” to the question “How are you?” encourage them to use other vocabulary words to be more specific. Your class before lunch might start to rely on “hungry” which is not an emotional but a physical state while the last class of the day might always be “tired” so give them practice activities that let them think about other occasions. “How do you feel in the morning?” or “How do you feel on your birthday?” type questions will allow students to think of different responses.