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Fishing for Feelings Kids Activity! Easy and extremely entertaining, especially for the littler children! :) Could do with mouse and eating the emotions? Social Emotional Activities, Feelings Activities, Social Emotional Development, Counseling Activities, Therapy Activities, School Counseling, Preschool Activities, Therapy Games, Feelings Preschool

Fishing for Feelings

To make this simple game: 1. Print out three smiley faces, three sad faces, one angry face, and one clown face on cardstock. I just google-imaged "smiley face" and copied the ones I liked into Word. 2. Cut out the faces and scotch-tape small safety pins or paper clips to the back of each circle. 3. Make a fishing rod by tying embroidery thread or string to a dowel and taping a magnet to the end. 4. Now fish! We made up different rules each time. First she had to find all the smiley faces…

We had a great time making "emotional" snowmen this afternoon.This was a quick, easy and meaningful craft! My kind of craft! Winter Activities, Preschool Crafts, Preschool Activities, Preschool Winter, Winter Fun, Winter Theme, Winter Ideas, Toddler Crafts, Crafts For Kids

"Emotional" Snowmen

We had a great time making "emotional" snowmen this afternoon.This was a quick, easy and meaningful craft! My kind of craft! I found this idea at Living Life Intentionally. If you have not checked out this site, be sure to do so! Beth shares awesome ideas!! So here is how we made our "emotional" snowmen. We used paper plates, orange and black construction paper, and bingo markers. I cut out the noses and mouths for the boys. We used our bingo markers for eyes. Then they glued on the pieces…

DIY outdoor dog beds for large dogs Big Dog House. I want one for my boxers so bad! Big Dog House, Heated Dog House, Wooden Dog House, Tiny House, Extra Large Dog House, Build A Dog House, Puppy House, Large Dog Bed Diy, Winter Dog House

That's Not A Dog House — This Is A Dog House

Eight designs for the architecturally-aware canine.

Good way to integrate fine motor and mental health with young ones: Pam Dyson, MA, LPC, RPT: Teaching Young Children About Feelings Feelings Preschool, Teaching Emotions, Feelings Activities, Preschool Lessons, Feelings And Emotions, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Preschool Teachers, Emotional Development

Teaching Young Children About Feelings

It's important for children to recognize and name feelings. Young children are usually able to understand four basic feelings of Happy, Sad, Mad and Scared. Stick puppets are a fun way to help your child learn to identify these feelings. You can draw these feeling faces or have your child draw them. Better yet, draw them together. Attach them to a craft stick using tape. Now it's time for the feelings puppet show to begin! Stand a two-pocket folder on its end for a puppet stage. Take turns…

I love seeing a child's self portrait, & the way in which they see themselves. Minnie has drawn & painted a self portrait before, but this . Teaching Emotions, Social Emotional Learning, All About Me Activities, Outdoor Activities For Kids, Preschool Food, Preschool Themes, Kindergarten Writing, Kindergarten Activities, Kindergarten Classroom

Play Dough Portraits

I love seeing a child's self portrait, & the way in which they see themselves. Minnie has drawn & painted a self portrait before, but this was the first time she's created one using play dough! I set out this selection of materials that could be used to represent facial features, hair, etc, & added our homemade play dough. We looked in a mirror together & talked about our faces, & Minnie named her facial features as we chatted. We looked at the differences & similarities in each others…

For some children knowing and understanding their own and others emotions can be difficult. Some children have a difficult time identifying. Teaching Emotions, Feelings Activities, Feelings And Emotions, Learning Activities, Teaching Kids, Guidance Lessons, Emergent Readers, Social Stories, Toddler Fun

Teachable Tuesday: Teaching Emotions

For some children knowing and understanding their own and others emotions can be difficult. Some children have a difficult time identifying emotions properly as well as expressing their own emtoions appropriately. Use the packet I made to help teach and model emotions with your kids or as a class. Classroom management is essential to a thriving, well functioning, stress free environment. Students need to be able to identify emotions and respond accordingly. Before you plan any curriculum…

 Feelings and emotions with ping pong balls. Teaching Emotions, Feelings And Emotions, Teaching Kids, Zones Of Regulation, Self Regulation, Social Work, Social Skills, Mad Face, Executive Functioning

Budget Babes – Ping pong feelings!

Here’s a fun way to work on some feelings/emotions vocabulary! This plus this equals this! Use a Sharpie marker to draw faces depicting emotions on ping pong balls! I drew happy, sad, and ma…

To teach emotions draw several emotion faces and things that might evoke those emotions. match what emotion each event causes.--might try this for an extension activity Peace Education, Zones Of Regulation, Emotion Faces, Health Activities, Feelings And Emotions, Esl, Montessori, Teaching Ideas, The Unit

To teach emotions draw several emotion faces and things that might evoke those emotions. Let your little one match what emotion each event causes.