All About My Emotions Booklet Inspired by Inside Out {free printable}

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Does your child have trouble expressing his or her emotions? Try out this free printable All About My Emotions booklet, inspired by Inside Out, as an activity on a rainy day or any day.

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My boy, like many children, is full of emotions. He has emotional breakdowns on the regular and we deal with all the gamut of emotions on a daily basis. He may even be a little more emotional than some children. He has anger outbursts and crying spells and sometimes we even feel like we might need some help to help him control his emotions. But, for now, we’ve decided to go with this All About My Emotions booklet, inspired by Inside Out, to help him learn more about his emotions.

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Have you seen Inside Out yet? We are dying to see it and it just came out in theaters, but we haven’t had a chance yet, but I know that my boy is going to love seeing all the emotions in action. This will really reinforce the booklet that I made and will help him identify his emotions and then learn to control them better.

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I designed this booklet with my boy in mind, of course, but I think it can help any child who is learning more about their own emotions. I started with Anger because this one scares me the most. When I see my boy angry, screaming, and gritting his teeth, I worry about him. I know he has a lot of frustrations and his frustration comes out as anger.

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I also included Fear because my boy deals with a lot of fears from worrying about losing one of us to fear of the dark. He comes by it honestly because I worry about the same things, but I want him to learn to control those emotions or, at the very least, learn what they are about.

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To make the booklet, I picked up Inside Out toys from Toys “R” Us where I found a great variety of the toys. I picked up one type of each of the characters: Anger, Fear, Sadness, Disgust, Joy, and Bing Bong. I love shopping for all of Benjamin’s toys at Toys “R” Us because of their Rewards program. I get to make my boy happy and earn rewards at the same time!

We are planning to see the movie this coming weekend, but in the meantime, we’re working out way through the All About My Emotions booklet.

Download your own here – All About My Emotions booklet!

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How do you help your children deal with their own emotions?


  1. Loved the film and can’t wait for it to come out on DVD! Great little printable here too x

  2. Becca says:

    Such a cute idea! That movie was awesome.

  3. Jaclyn says:

    Aww what a great idea! I love that you used the Inside Out characters; they’re perfect for this!

  4. What a wonderful printable! My son will love this, he is so excited for Inside Out.

  5. We still haven’t seen this movie, but I hear it is fantastic! We try to deal with emotions as they happen and address the issues at hand in a calm, rational manner. (Which may or may not always work). : )

  6. Meagan says:

    So cute! Thanks for sharing!

  7. I want to see this movie really badly! The booklet sounds great! <3

  8. I’ve heard so much good about the movie, but haven’t watched it yet. It looks cute and funny!

  9. I think the concept of this movie is too cute, and would like to see it with my nephew. Sometimes, he gets frustrated easily and he needs to walk it off a bit so that he can regroup his thoughts (and attitude).

  10. I wanted to rent that movie tonight but Redbox didn’t have it. So we watched Home. Maybe next time.

  11. I think those emotions are so cute, and they’ve been fun for my son to relate to.

  12. We loved the movie! I need to get those stuffed animals!

  13. Blythe A. says:

    What a great idea tying in the movie with a booklet to help kids deal with their emotions. I still need to see the end of this movie. I was watching it on a plane and the pilot got us to the gate too quickly.

  14. Super cute movie & Super Cute booklet! Great idea to laminate it too!

  15. How creative. I think this is a great idea. I think a lot of kids would love to have a book like this.

  16. Donna says:

    I haven’t had a chance to watch this movie yet – but I look forward to it. What a great idea to make an emotions booklet! I envisage needed that for my toddler as she gets older!

  17. This is so fun! My son read the book before we took him to see the movie. It was too cute 🙂

  18. This is so cute! The movie is super adorable as well!

  19. This is such a great resource for teaching children about feeelings. Pinned!

  20. Debra says:

    This is so darling! Love it!

  21. This is really cute. I love this booklet. My kids will surely love this.

  22. These are so cute. I am for anything that helps a child communicate what they’re feeling

  23. Oh these are cute!! Thank you for sharing a download!

  24. This is so cute! I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I can’t wait to watch it when it comes out. I think it will make a cute Christmas gift for my son.

  25. Sarah says:

    I really want to see this movie, although I have yet to. I heard it was good. I have a niece would might benefit from your printable! Thanks for sharing!

  26. That is such a great idea. My daughter really loved that movie so we will be getting it on DVD>

  27. Amy Orvin says:

    My emotions get out of control too often. I really want to see this movie.

  28. I really like how the movie is inspiring conversations and activities at home. Thanks so much for the wonderful booklet of ideas.

  29. Debra says:

    How cute are those stuffed animals?! We haven’t made it to this movie yet.

  30. Sandra says:

    What a fun booklet to make! Anger is kind of cute 🙂 and I bet all the emotions are useful so kids can feel better about expressing themselves.

  31. I love this booklet! I’m going to print it off for Madilyn and Grady to read and laminate it so it lasts forever! It’s a wonderful movie, you should get thyself to a movie theater to see it! #client

  32. Inside Out was so great! I love the conversation it fosters about emotions also. I know the movie and your booklet will be a wonderful springboard for families.

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