Included in the download is a page with a boy who shows all four emotions - angry, happy, scared, and sad. I used a boy for this only because the preschooler that I work with is a boy. I figure he could relate a little better if the pictures were similar to him.
I also include a little cheat sheet about how the emotions feel. For instance, if you get angry then your heart might be faster and you might feel out of control. This little cheat sheet can help the SLP better describe what it feels like to get angry or happy.
The activity is a game of sorts. I created little scenarios on how an individual might feel after experiencing something. Take a look below at the example page:
Each card has two answer options using faces. The goal is to have the student select the correct emotion in a situation. Obviously for number one, the correct emotion would be angry. The student would not be happy that another friend took the boy's toy; the student would feel angry. I include a page for each emotion. Some of these scenarios are more specific scenarios only because I'm trying to draw on this one student's experience.
If the student gets the emotion right, then he gets to keep that card. Each card is worth 1 point. If he receives 10 points by the end of the session, then he gets a sticker or a sucker!
Download it for free here: Understanding Emotions Game (TpT)