Level 1: Unit 5: My Emotions & Feelings Activities
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The 5th Unit of the Pre-K YOUR Way Level 1 Series.
Perfect for children ages 2 though 6, these 15 minute activities teach math, science, language and motor, social and self help skills! The step-by-step activities guide you through movement, music, art, cooking and more playful games, teaching your child everything they need to be successful in Preschool and Kindergarten (in Public, Private or Homeschool). This two-part, 40 page, digital download includes:
Part 1: 10 "Emotions and Feelings" Themed Academic Activities: All activities utilize items/materials typically found in the home (no need to buy more stuff to complete these activities).
- The "Emotions and Feelings" Theme includes activities which relate to a variety of different emotions that children can feel. There are so many different feelings and it is hard for children to put those feelings into words. These activities provide opportunities for vocabulary building and academic development while learning to identify feelings in themselves and others.
- All Activities are related to the theme "Emotions and Feelings" such as:
- "Excited vs. Surprised"
- "Angry March"
- "Sunny Side Up Wiggle"
- "Emotion Patterning"
- and so much more!
Part 2: Parenting Guide: "Supporting Empathy Development" - This Guide provides strategies to help children use empathy in a variety of stressful situations. Saying "I'm Sorry" doesn't necessarily mean much to a young child. Building empathy is what is most important - this includes supporting others when they are feeling upset, providing comfort and helping friends fix a problem they are having. Young children sometimes notice that others are having a bad day or a difficult time, but aren't sure how to respond. These parent tips provide suggestions on how to support your child's empathy development in a way they will understand and implement. This section includes Social Skill Building Activities to address this topic.
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