Feelings and Emotions Activities

Develop emotional intelligence in toddlers and preschoolers

Every feeling is valid and okay to feel! The important part is learning that you can feel that way, but you don’t need to stay that way. These activities will open doors to meaningful conversation about emotions!

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Develop emotional intelligence in toddlers and preschoolers

It's important to normalize the different emotions and introduce children to other emotions besides happy and sad. It is beneficial for a child's mental health to put a name to a feeling and choose a strategy to change it, if that's the case. Having a child understand different emotions is also very important for socialization. Don’t forget to have a laugh as well!