Spring Emotion Clip Cards | Kindergarten Emotions Activity
These hands-on Spring Emotions Wheels Clip Cards are a great option for your kindergarten spring math centers. This printable includes 8 Emotion Clip cards which are perfect to practice emotion recognition and identification with your preschoolers or kindergarteners. The printable comes in a fun spring theme making this perfect for a quick and engaging Spring Math Center! These Spring color clip cards are also great for your early finishers, enrichment opportunities, morning work, or even intervention groups.
- This printable is part of the Spring Wheel Clip Cards Bundle.
- This printable is part of the Kindergarten Clip Cards Bundle.
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Using this printable:
These hands-on and engaging Spring Emotions Wheels Clip Cards are designed for young children who are learning about emotions. This is a fun and hands-on activity for your little learners.
How do you use these clip cards?
Children will use wooden clothespin and clip the sides that match the emotions in the center of the wheel. There are 4 sides for each wheel, which will match the emotions in the center. All the objects are spring themed for e.g. rabbit, carrot, rainbow, tulip, etc.
How many wheels are included in the printable?
There are a total of 8 Wheels included. You can decide how many wheels can be used, it can just a few or all can be used at once depending on the learner.
The following emotions are included in this printable:
The printable is offered in two options.
– A single wheel per page
– Two wheels per page
This printable can be used to strengthen fine motor skills, explore during morning work or used as supplemental literacy/math centers.
The centers are best used once printed on cardstock and/or laminated. You can choose to implement these centers in an independent way or use with small-groups.
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