Poem- Days of the Week through Emotions

I created this worksheet to revise emotions plus to teach days of the week. Children are supposed to listen to the poem about Doodle who is very moody (changes his mood all the time) and match the day of the week with a particular emotion expressed on Doodle's face. Then you may ask children to colour Doodle with the colours they consider most suitable for a particular emoton (angry/mad=red, green = sick etc.). I allowed children to choose they colours they wanted and then we analysed their choices as one student used  blue to express happiness whereas the other used this colour to express sickness of Doodle. Thanks to that we had a nice discussion about colours and emotions. You can revise either the days of the week or emotions or both. Hope you enjoy it!