Paper and pencil
Optional: Plastic Easter eggs, markers paper plates
Take your child somewhere they can look in a mirror. Let them know that you will be talking about feelings and emotions today.
Ask them: Do you know what feelings are?
Discuss and share some examples while modeling what the expression for each feeling/emotion may be.
Allow your child the opportunity to make these faces as well. Encourage them to come up with more.
Talk about these emotions. Remember to tell your child that it
IS okay to feel these different ways at different times. Put a plan in place. Ask your child questions to encourage them to come up with their own plan on how they will react/respond to their feelings.
What can we do when we feel _____?
Frustrated – an example could be to try some yoga and deep breathing to calm yourself down.
And any others you can come up with together…
You may still have some leftover plastic eggs from Easter. Use these to create Emotion Eggs.
Draw different emotions onto the eggs. If they can break into two separate pieces, you can mix-match them and make crazy expressions.
Use a paper plate to create an expression mask. Allow your child to be creative and chose an expression to create.
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