Christmas emotion story cubes - ELSA Support

Christmas emotion story cubes

This is a fun little activity where children roll the Christmas story emotion cubes to tell a story. This will help pupils understanding of emotions. One cube has a setting, another cube as the character and the third cube has the emotion.

Pupils roll each cube in turn to get their setting, character and emotion. For example ‘Why was the elf angry in the forest? Why was Santa happy on the rooftop?’ Children can use their imagination to create scenarios that cause the emotion rolled.

Download: Christmas emotion story cubes

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  • Dawn Groves says:

    I have downloaded the Christmas emotions story cubes, this is such a good idea, they will be perfect for an intervention group I am currently running on emotions. Thank you Debbie

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