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How Do I Feel?

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SKU PSHECS1700500
Key Stage 1PSHE Knowledge OrganiserHealth EducationSelf and Emotional WellbeingPSHEYear 1

Help your Year 1 children to explore and be prepared for the many and varied emotions they will experience throughout their lives with these five ready-to-teach 'How Do I Feel?' PSHE KS1 lessons.

A Knowledge Organiser is available to support the learning in this scheme. It is included in the Complete Series download or can be purchased individually.

If you are looking for more lessons based on and around feelings, you might also find our KS1 English lesson pack, 'The Colour Monster', based on the wonderful book by Anna Llenas, helpful.

 
#TheCompleteSeries5lessons

To begin with, children will look at and discuss some common emotions, and increase their vocabulary for describing these feelings. They will then go on to explore how we can express the emotions we feel on our faces, in our bodies, and through our actions. Children will begin to understand that not everyone feels the same about things, and that this is OK. They will learn how to ask for help with difficult feelings, and finally, explore the emotions that different changes can bring. Please be aware that, for copyright purposes, we are unable to provide the texts listed in lesson 4 and lesson 5 of this scheme of work.

Each of the lessons in this How Do I Feel? Year 1 PSHE pack includes an easy-to-follow plan, a set of engaging slides for the teaching input, differentiated activity ideas and printable resources.

 
#Lesson1DifferentFeelings

In this first Feelings KS1 lesson, your class will explore some common emotions, including feeling happy, sad, angry, excited, worried, surprised, scared and calm.

Together, children are encouraged to talk about when they might feel these emotions, and whether they know any other words for these feelings. They then show what they know about feelings in their independent activities.

This Feelings KS1 lesson pack includes everything you need - a detailed plan, a set of slides for the teaching input, differentiated activity ideas and printable resources.

What's included:

  • Lesson plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Differentiated worksheets
  • Word Bank Cards
  • Feelings Posters
  • Feelings Cards
#Lesson2ExpressingFeelings

With this Expressing Feelings lesson, your Year 1 children will explore how we can express the emotions we feel on our faces, in our bodies, and through our actions.

In their independent activities, children will identify a variety of different emotions from pictures and descriptions based on these clues. In the FSD? activity, children are challenged to act out different emotions for the class to identify.

This Expressing Emotions KS1 lesson pack comes with an easy-to-follow plan, an engaging slide show for the teaching input, differentiated activity ideas and printable resources.

What's included:

  • Lesson plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Picture Cards
  • Emotion Cards
  • Facial Expression Cards
  • Body Sensations Cards
  • Behaviour Cards
  • Act it Out! Cards
#Lesson3NotEveryoneFeelstheSame

In this KS1 lesson, children explore how we don't always feel the same emotions as everyone else. They will look at a range of scenarios where people may have differing feelings.

In their independent activities, children will identify how a range of situations would make them feel, and then are challenged to find someone who feels the same as them, and someone who feels differently.

Everything you need for a successful PSHE lesson is included in this pack - an easy-to-follow plan, a set of slides for the teaching input, differentiated activity ideas and printable resources.

What's included:

  • Lesson plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Differentiated worksheets
  • Feelings Cards
  • Scenario List
#Lesson4AskingforHelpwithFeelings

At the beginning of this lesson, children explore the idea that people can't always tell how others are feeling just by how they look on the 'outside'. Sometimes they might need to ask for help with their feelings.

Using the story of Ruby's Worry by Tom Percival, children find out why it is always a good idea to talk about a worry. In their independent activities, children use given scenarios to talk through who they would ask for help with a worry, and what they would say.

This KS1 lesson pack includes everything you need - a detailed plan, a set of slides for the teaching input, differentiated activity ideas and printable resources.

What's included:

  • Lesson plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Asking for Help Poster
  • Discussion Cards
  • Scenario Cards
#Lesson5Changes

In this final KS1 lesson, children discuss what change is, and how different changes, whether big or small, can make us feel.

After looking at a range of changes and identifying the emotions they might feel, children listen to the story of Badger's Parting Gifts by Susan Varley, which explores a big change - loss. In their independent activities, children further explore how a range of different changes would make them feel.

This Changes KS1 lesson pack comes with an easy-to-follow plan, a set of engaging slides for the teaching input, differentiated activity ideas and printable resources.

What's included:

  • Lesson plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Differentiated worksheets
  • Changes Cards
  • Identifying Changes worksheet
#KnowledgeOrganiserHowDoIFeel

This Year 1 PSHE Knowledge Organiser has been created to complement our PSHE Self and Emotional Wellbeing strand. It is designed to support your children’s understanding of key vocabulary linked to this scheme of work. A thinking question and a big idea have been included to encourage your children to think deeply about this topic.

Free Overview (Medium-Term Plan)

Download a free overview to support your teaching of this scheme of work.

Free Assessment Grid

Download a free assessment grid to support your teaching of this scheme of work.

Curriculum Objectives covered

Mental wellbeing objectives:

  • that there is a normal range of emotions (e.g. happiness, sadness, anger, fear, surprise, nervousness) and scale of emotions that all humans experience in relation to different experiences and situations.
  • how to recognise and talk about their emotions, including having a varied vocabulary of words to use when talking about their own and others’ feelings.
  • where and how to seek support (including recognising the triggers for seeking support), including whom in school they should speak to if they are worried about their own or someone else’s mental wellbeing or ability to control their emotions (including issues arising online).

Get the book

Lesson 4 in this pack is based on Ruby's Worry by Tom Percival, available to buy now from our Bookshop store:

Lesson 5 in this pack is based on Badger's Parting Gifts by Susan Varley, available to buy now from our Bookshop store:

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