Sad, scared, surprised, angry, happy, sleepy. Helping children name an emotion strengthens their ability to manage their own behaviour when they are experiencing strong feelings. In addition, this skill bolsters their ability to be attentive to other people’s emotions, show concern, be more helpful and develop healthy relationships.
Children, parents and caregivers will:
• Create a tool which can be used to identify and talk about emotions
• Learn new games to strengthening Heart-Mind well-being
• Increase emotion words used in conversation and in play
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