Fishing for emotions - ELSA Support

Fishing for emotions

This is a simple ‘fishing for emotions’ activity that I expect most of us have done at some point. I have made the fish really simple so they are easy to cut out.

I usually use a chopstick with a piece of string attached and a small magnet tied on the end. I put a couple of metal paper clips onto the laminated fish. The children can go fish and talk about each emotion they catch.

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