Feeling crafts for toddlers
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Teach Kids to recognize and verbalize their feelings with this Emotions Matching Activity Free Printable in Chinese and English
For toddlers, understanding their own and other people’s emotions can be a difficult and confusing thing. Emotional intelligence is a vital skill in a child’s…
Debbie Holsinger Forbes saved to Craft Ideas
Meaghan Thomson saved to My Classroom
Spread the love I have always been one of those people that wears their emotions right on their face. When I am having a bad day, everybody knows it. I have an expressive face. I…Continue Reading…
CBeebies saved to Kids and Parenting help
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Engage kids in activities to verbalize emotions with this "feelings tree". Kids can help set up the activity and have fun playing games to explore emotions.
While Big M may look just like me, emotionally we are night and day. Though she is little, not unlike other kids her age, she can be very emotional, highly sensitive, and it sometimes takes very little to set off big feelings. We recently discovered the book, The Pout-Pout Fish,…
Sunny Cook saved to Paper plate crafts
I made an easy mood board for Boo, 3, to explore her understanding of emotions and to have some fun arranging. I cut some eyes and mouths out of paper. We had features to make happy faces, surprised, confused and frustrated faces. I kept it simple for her without adding too many emotions as we […]
Reham saved to Crafts for kids
A FUN, EASY FEELINGS ACTIVITY FOR KIDS: MAKING DIY TOILET PAPER ROLL EMOTION BUDDIES! PERFECT FOR HELPINGS KIDS TALK ABOUT THEIR FEELINGS! Feelings and emotions are hard things for adults to understand and control, so it's no surprise kids need a lot of practice too. What better way to learn how to talk about their feelings than by making a fun craft and letting them play as they practice? Here is a simple kids craft using the craft supply every home has in abundance: empty toilet paper…
Jennifer Larson saved to Teaching the little ones