Faces and Feelings

Pre-Schooler At an Appointment

Next time you and your child are stuck waiting, point out a face in a magazine, ad, or picture and have them copy it. Ask them what they think the person is feeling. Discuss with them when both of you might have felt this way too.

See what your child is learning

When you talk about your own and others’ feelings you’re helping your child learn to take a new point of view, which is helpful in getting along with others.

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