Emoji Drawing & I Statement Writing

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Description

Emojis are the perfect hook to get your students eager to share their feelings.  Turn this fun drawing project into a lesson on “I statements” and expressing feelings verbally.  The cut-apart pages are perfect for leaving out in the classroom for students to use again when they are struggling with their emotions and need a way to communicate how they feel.

If you would like more information about writing I statements, take a look at my blog post

What are I-statements?

There are 4 options on how to use the emojis to write “I statements”:

One Page Per Student:

1) Have each student draw a happy, unhappy and silly emoji, then put each one on a writing page and identify the specific feeling and when they feel that way.

2) Have each student draw 2  emojis of feelings experienced when they were having a difficult time on the 2-part writing/drawing page.  Then use the writing section to tell when they felt that way, what they want to happen, and something they can try that might make things better

Cut-Apart Pages

3) One page just asks students to identify the feeling and tell when they feel that way.  This could be a range from happy to unhappy.

4) The other page has the same writing prompts (on a 1/2 sheet) for when they are having a difficult time. (Tell when they felt that way, what they want to happen, and something they can try that might make things better.)  These 1/2 page sheets could be left out for students to access as needed once you’ve done this activity with the class.

emoji choice drawing

Choice Drawing Pages

The choice drawing pages include a list of feeling words that might match the faces created with the set of features on that page.  This will help students identify their specific feeling better instead of just saying “happy” or “sad”. 

feeling emojis

Feeling Page

The Feeling Emoji Reference Page has all the feeling words listed on the choice drawing pages along with emojis that I’ve come up with.  This page might help students that can’t read the feeling words understand what they mean.  (young readers and ELL students)  The reference page could also be displayed in the room to help students come up with the right word to identify the feeling they are experiencing as a way to communicate their feelings to others.

roll & draw emojis

Roll & Draw Page

The Roll & Draw pages are fun for students and can be used for early finishers or during free time.

What You Get:

  • Instructions (3 pages)
  • Happy Emoji Roll & Dra
  • Happy Emoji Choice Drawing
  • Unhappy Emoji Roll & Draw
  • Unhappy Emoji Choice Drawing
  • Silly Emoji Roll & Draw
  • Silly Emoji Choice Drawing
  • Feeling Emoji Reference Page
  • I Statement Writing (4 pages)

A total of 14 pages

Expressive Monkey's drawing pages are designed to be different:

  • Roll & Draw pages turn drawing into a fun game.
  • Simple drawings ideas help children feel successful.
  • Finding new combinations keep kids drawing longer.
  • Drawing choices will invite children to think.

You’ll want to be sure to download the free binder cover so that you can start your binder collection of Expressive Monkey drawing pages.

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Easily download this PDF with a link that is automatically emailed to you immediately after your purchase and you can begin using this lesson right away!

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Easily download this PDF with a link that is automatically emailed to you immediately after your purchase and you can begin drawing right away!