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Emotional Development

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Sorting is an essential skill that students need to learn in their early education years. With this set of emotions sorting mats, students can sort 80 different pictures by emotion (10 shape mats, 8 different sorting pieces per mat). What emotions are included? Happy Sad Angry Scared Sick Tired Nervous Surprised Silly Embarrassed How do I use this in my classroom? I print on white cardstock, laminate, cut out and add Velcro. During center time or during "free" time, these sorting mats are…

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Girls today are more vulnerable to mental health issues than ever before. We all know that girls are under a lot of pressure these days and it's getting harder for them to find their voice. This is especially true when it comes to self-confidence and emotional strength. Strengthening Social and Emotional Development in Girls will give you insights on how you can help your girls build their confidence, make friends more easily, manage stress better, improve her moods, get along with others…

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Social-emotional development begins with the vocabulary of emotions. Children get familiar with the words that they can use to describe how they are feeling which is essential to giving them the power of handling those emotions. Each tile depicts real images of one emotion. 1 set contains 10 tiles - Happy, sad, bored, tired, worried, excited, angry, overwhelmed, lobed and confident. 2 sets contains 20 tiles - 2 tiles of each of the emotions. Great for matching, memory games and classroom…

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