How important is it to create an open and friendly environment for students in the classroom. How about, how important is it to create an environment where your students feel at ease to share their worries with you? We can’t do this by simply asking them, we need to guide them. By guiding them, we need resources to help us identify these potential problems they may be facing.
Enter Mood Meter Chart Emoji templates
These templates are SO easy to use. Due to the high demand in digital teaching, I’ve also created a PowerPoint version of these slides. You can easily upload the slides to your Google account and have an optional Google Slides version too.
Here’s how to use these:
- A4 paper
- Mood Meter Mats
This mood meter template can be used in several ways. There is a digital version which you can use to check in with your students online or you could literally print this page as a poster OR in a learning binder. The binder version along with the printable popcorn pieces can be found below.
How to use a feelings chart
Feelings or mood charts are so easy to implement. You would just need to remind kids to do this daily and soon it will become a habit. It’s a great way to teach kids on how to manage their feelings and as such if they feel frustrated or angry, knowing how to recognise this and in turn adopt calm down strategies to manage their feelings.
This mood meter template can be used in several ways. It’s a great way to help kids develop superb emotional intelligence. There is a digital version which you can use to check in with your students online or you could literally print this page as a poster OR in a learning binder. The binder version along with the printable popcorn pieces can be found below.
Check out 10+ activities and feelings crafts with these super fun activities on emotions.
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Mood Meter Chart Printable with Optional Digital Version
For the free digital version, be sure to write the names of your students into the popcorn pieces. There’s a text box inside every popcorn piece. Once you’re done, load the PowerPoint slide and have the children move the piece with their name on it to the corresponding emotion they feel that day. You could also alternatively do it from your computer and project it onto the smartboard, however I find that doing this would be a little cluttered if you’re adding names to all the students at once.
Alternatively, I found printing this page and using pegs with it also a great option. OR printing it on large A3 poster sized paper, laminating it and then adding stickers with kids names on them to identify their emotion for the day.
What better way to check in with your students than using this super fun digital slides Mood Meter poster?
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