Fish with Feelings




Drawing fish feelings is a fun and easy way to incorporate social emotional learning into an art lesson! Learn how to draw a fish step by step with lots of choices for creating different emotions. Use the simple directed drawing activity to draw a happy fish to get kids started. Then let students draw their own fish using simple drawing choices or a fun roll & draw game. Students can write captions for the fish to show how they feel or how they would solve a problem with a friend.

Lesson Options:

  • Complete a fish drawing and use the writing label to describe the emotion.
  • Use the Print & Go page at a drawing or writing center.
  • Have students add color and writing inside the captions on the problem-solving coloring pages.
  • Use the single fish coloring pages with or without writing.


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What You Get

  • Teacher Instructions (5 pages)
  • Roll & Draw (1 page)
  • Choice Drawing (1 page)
  • Labels (1 page)
  • Print & Go (1 page)
  • Problem-Solving Coloring & Writing (3 pages)
  • Coloring (6 pages)

>>>>> A total of 18 pages!

For even more art project ideas, take a look at my blog post about this lesson.

You might also like my Emoji Drawing lesson that also incorporated emotions and feelings as well as the addition of “I statements”.


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



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