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Train Themed ‘Emotions Dice’

Train Themed ‘Emotions Dice’

About This Primary Resource

Two dice templates featuring images of different trains on each side. Each train has a different facial expression depicting a particular emotion (upset, happy, sad, surprised, worried, left out, loved, embarrassed, included, angry, proud and scared). It is perfect use for group discussions or games designed to promote Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED). For example, children can take turns to roll the dice and talk about situations which evoke the relevant feeling.

We also have a resource showing these illustrations on a series of flash cards.

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Comments

  1. Lilah

    How neat!

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