- One Mirror
Step 1: Ask the child to look in a mirror.
Step 2: The adult should say one word from the list below. When the adult says a word, have the child make that “feeling” face and look in the mirror.
List of Feelings
Step 3: The adult should look at the child and make a face that matches the same feeling. Repeat until all “feelings” have been demonstrated.
Step 4: Ask the child what makes them feel that way.
Step 5: Help the child make two-part patterns with their feeling faces
- Sad, Happy, Sad, Happy…
- Mad, Scared, Mad, Scared….
- Excited, Grumpy, Excited, Grumpy…
- Tired, Energetic, Tired, Energetic….
- Bored, Frustrated, Bored, Frustrated ….
- Relaxed, Happy, Relaxed, Happy…..
Finish simple patterns using two elements.
Participate in familiar routines.
Understand rules and expectations related to specific places and environments.
Use words and gestures to communicate.
Demonstrate awareness of the meaning of the feelings of others.
Understand Different vs. Same.