|タイトル||： Teaching Kids About Feelings|
|投稿日||： 2022/07/18(Mon) 11:57|
|投稿者||： jonh <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
When it comes to teaching kids about teaching feelings, most educators react with positive emotions. This is a good thing, since feelings help children learn. However, children should be able to experience some negative emotions, too, because they can't concentrate when they're very excited. However, mild frustration and sadness can help them persevere. In addition, sadness is associated with sympathy and compassion, which are necessary skills for building empathy. Therefore, it's essential to teach your child about emotions.
Another method of teaching feelings to children is through puppet play. Puppets are great tools for illustrating feelings, as they can be manipulated and used as a medium for discussion. Children may find it easier to express their emotions this way rather than by simply talking about them directly. This approach can be an excellent way to teach your child about emotions and foster healthy communication. But remember that you need to use creative methods to engage your child in these conversations, and your kids' interest will be well-served.
Another way to teach children about feelings is to introduce new words to children through stories. Use themes to tie in new words and phrases with common feelings in the classroom. For example, a theme about visiting the doctor would tie in nicely with words like brave and nervous. Always give your students developmentally appropriate definitions of new feeling words and pair them with familiar words. The goal of this is to make them think about what they are reading. By teaching your students about different emotions, they'll learn to regulate their emotions.