Emotions vocabulary worksheets
Here are some emotions vocabulary worksheets that are in a variety of difficulty levels. There are also a couple of emotions drawing worksheets that are a lot of fun for your classes.
If some of the vocabulary is too difficult for your students, describe things that make most people feel that way. You can also just show them your own facial expression for the emotions!
Once your class has completed them, it is a good idea to ask them what things make them feel each emotion. Ask them questions such as “What makes you feel angry” or “What food makes you feel ill”. Also, ask about their friends and family with questions such as ” Which emotions does your father most have?” or ” Which emotion describes your best friend?”.
The answers for the above worksheet should be –
Happy – Scared – Sleepy – Good
Exhausted – Sad – Sick – Cheeky
Naughty – Surprised – Angry – Bored
Relaxed – In Love – Silly – Worried
Vocabulary about emotions worksheet
A monkey-themed emotions worksheet with 12 different feelings to match.
The answers are –
Annoyed – Surprised – Ill – Tired
Bored – Angry – Worried – Thoughtful
Stupid – Shy – Greedy – Good
English emotions vocabulary for beginners
An easy worksheet for children and beginners with giraffe facial expressions.
The 9 pictures represent –
Tired – Angry – Sick
Sad – In Love – Silly
Happy – Scared – Naughty
Emotions drawing activity
For this activity, students are to draw emotions on blank faces and write what they are. There are no suggested feelings so that the teacher can suggest or use what is being taught in his or her class at the time.
Depending on your class, give them vocabulary options that they are learning. Afterward, get students to compare their drawings, it is usually quite a good laugh!
Emotions drawing worksheet 2
This handout is the same as the one above although it has 6 emotions to draw and different style faces.