My Feelings KS1 PSHE. Explore feeling of sadness with this link to a free to use video from the BBC.
Twenty page Powerpoint presentation by Joanne Nalton covering emotions.
Face Games Interactive
A collection of games concerned with faces, emotions and face reading. All activities are randomised to ensure repeatability.
Feeling Good At Home Video
This short musical piece describes things that you can do to feel good. These include being helpful at home and playing with friends.
Feeling Sad Video
Fred is feeling confused about his feelings and is transported to a doctors' surgery which is inside his own head. The doctor shows Fred images of children displaying different emotions - excited, worried, frightened, sad, happy and loving. He asks Fred how he could feel happy and be more loving.
Feelings After Anger Video
A child explains how he feels after he has been angry. An animation then explains why we sometimes lose control. When we lived in caves we needed a fast-acting fight or flight response to danger. The thinking brain developed over time to give us more ways to respond to situations. However, sometimes things go wrong and the emotional brain takes over. Children explain how this makes them feel.
Levels Of Anger Video
A group of children recognise that they have different levels of anger and that their ability to control their anger depends on how angry they are. The children also identify the physical changes that they notice taking place in their bodies when they get angry.