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A-Z Emotion Letter Tracing

Our A-Z Emotion Letter Tracing activity is a valuable resource designed to bring emotional literacy and development into everyday learning.

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Our A-Z Emotion Letter Tracing activity is a valuable resource designed to bring emotional literacy and development into everyday learning.

This engaging download allows children to explore various emotions while simultaneously practising their letter formation. Additionally, each page is colour-coordinated with a mood thermometer, enabling children to quickly identify and understand different emotions and how they make us feel.

Key Features:

Emotions A-Z: This resource covers emotions for every letter of the alphabet. Each page focuses on a specific emotion, allowing children to trace the corresponding letter while learning about their feelings. This activity helps children expand their emotional vocabulary and develop a deeper understanding of their own emotions and the emotions of others.

Letter Tracing: The A-Z Emotion Letter Tracing activity incorporates letter formation practise into the exploration of emotions. Children can enhance their writing skills by tracing the letters associated with each emotion.

Mood Thermometer: To further support emotional understanding, each page is colour-coordinated with a mood thermometer. A strip at the top of the page represents a range of emotions, helping children associate colours with specific feelings. This visual aid assists in quickly identifying and categorising helpful and unhelpful feelings.

Benefits:

• Emotional Literacy: By engaging in A-Z Emotion Letter Tracing, children develop emotional literacy skills. They learn to recognise, name, and express a wide range of emotions, developing their emotional intelligence and self-awareness.
• Early Years Support: This activity supports early years development by combining emotional exploration with letter formation practise. Children can enhance their fine motor skills and handwriting abilities while simultaneously developing emotional intelligence.
• Writing Practise: The tracing component of the activity provides valuable writing practice for young children for all letters of the alphabet, whilst expanding their emotional vocabulary. By tracing the letters associated with emotions, children refine their handwriting skills and reinforce letter recognition.

The A-Z Emotion Letter Tracing activity is a valuable resource for schools and caregivers seeking to promote emotional literacy and early years development. It can be integrated into daily learning routines, used in the classroom, or incorporated into individualized learning plans. By engaging in this activity, children will enhance their emotional awareness, letter formation skills, and overall emotional well-being.