I saw the movie, Inside Out last week and was practically jumping out of my seat with exhilaration thinking about all of the teaching opportunities this movie brings forth. I think my teenage sons were a bit embarrassed by me 😉 I mentioned in an earlier blog post that I purchased some Inside Out clip art, and was excited to make something with it… well, here is the next resource!
You can use these visuals to teach students to:
- expand emotional vocabulary and understand gradations of feelings
- identify what “size” of a feeling a child is having in the moment, talk about “body” clues that led up to the escalation of a feeling
- describe a fictional character’s emotions and emotional change from a text or video clip
- understand mental state emotions such as frustration, feeling ashamed, guilty, disappointed – with overlapping feelings
Get the visuals here and enjoy! Sizes of Feelings with Disney Pixar’s Inside Out movie characters