My Emotions Wheel

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What You Do:

  1. Talk to your child about different emotions.
  2. Ask them to name one moment in their day when they felt the following emotions: happiness, boredom, love, anger.
  3. Explain that everyone experiences different emotions on different days. Help them understand that there are no "good" or "bad" emotions.
  4. Explain to your child that we notice emotions in our body. Remind them that emotions don't last forever; they are always changing.
  5. Explain to them that they will be creating an Emotions Wheel to use as a tool to check in with how they are feeling in any given moment.
  6. Follow the instructions on the My Emotions Wheel worksheet to help your child create their own wheel.
  7. Find time to practice using the wheel throughout the day.

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