Find Your Feelings

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What You Do:

  1. Talk to your child about emotions, and ask them to name as many emotions as they can.
  2. Explain that it can be challenging sometimes to know how to name an emotion. However, when we welcome emotions, give them a name as best we can, and talk about them, there can be greater ease when we experience strong emotions.
  3. Remind your child that when we notice an emotion in our body, it will not last forever. Emotions are always changing, like passing visitors.
  4. Explain that they will be writing about emotions and creating a word search to talk about the many different emotions.
  5. Work with your child to complete the Feelings Word Search worksheet.

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