Feelings preschool

Explore engaging activities and resources to help preschoolers understand and express their feelings. Foster emotional intelligence and create a positive learning environment for young children.
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Some of the most common topics I see social workers and counselors teach is feeling identification and regulation. And it makes sense! Almost every student in need of counseling services could benefit ways to identify emotions in themselves or others, or learn ways to cope those feelings! As a result, I put together this activity ...

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Mary Wulbecker Connelly
Teach your preschooler about recognizing and expressing their feelings and emotions with these feelings and emotions lesson plans. Done for you, just print and teach! These free preschool lesson plans feature over 16, nearly no-prep, hands-on preschool activities that will teach your preschooler or toddler about self-regulation and emotional intelligence. Perfect for remote learning and homeschoool preschool. Pre School Lesson Plans, Ideas, Pre K, Feelings Lesson Plans Preschool, Lesson Plans For Toddlers, Feelings Activities Preschool, Teaching Emotions, Emotions Lesson Plans, Preschool Lesson Plans

Teach your preschooler about recognizing and expressing their feelings and emotions with these feelings and emotions lesson plans. Done for you, just print and teach! These free preschool lesson plans feature over 16, nearly no-prep, hands-on preschool activities that will teach your preschooler or toddler about self-regulation and emotional intelligence. Perfect for remote learning and homeschoool preschool.

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Kristen McLean
Make A Face Emotions Mood Board - Family Days Tried And Tested Montessori, Pre K, Emotions Preschool, School Activities, Emotions Activities, Emotions Preschool Activities, Kinder, Feelings Activities, Learning Activities

I made an easy mood board for Boo, 3, to explore her understanding of emotions and to have some fun arranging. I cut some eyes and mouths out of paper. We had features to make happy faces, surprised, confused and frustrated faces. I kept it simple for her...

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Carrie McCorkle