Real life pictures make emotions easy to identify

Submitted 8 years ago
Vanessa S.
Vanessa S.
Whitehall Elementary School
Pittsburgh PA, US
My Rating

My Take

This tool was a great resource for special needs and ELL students. I liked the fact that they had real life examples of children, not cartoon pictures. It gave great practice for my students with autism to practice seeing other children's faces and reading though cues without the added sense of auditory processing as well.

How I Use It

This product helps my ELL students and Special Needs students identify different emotions through facial expressions and body language. It helped my special needs students be able to identify their own emotions as well as others.

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