Middle Childhood: Cognitive- This graphic is beneficial to understanding the types of play that can be beneficial to the cognitive growth of children. It is important for kids to participate in activities that furthers their development and this graphic overall discusses that.
Change this to "How do you think the character feels?" and hang in story corner to facilitate discussions. Might help students elaborate a little on the "good", "bad" and "sad" answers that sometimes lean on. At the bottom, add a "why do you think that" or a "how do you know" to help with inferencing.
Nothing wrong whatsoever with a father and son relationship that's more hands-on. If we can hug and comfort them when they're a toddler, we can hug and comfort them when they're thirty! They are always your child even if they're an adult.
Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work
"Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.
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Emotions paper plate cards can be made by toddlers can later be discussed in grouptime. By exploring the different emotions of these plates can help the toddler identify their facial expression with the way they are feeling on the inside. Love this for emotion development and social development, it is important for toddlers learn empathy for others emotions. More
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