Help teach the tough concept of emotions with a variety of games and activities for kids. Emotions are a tricky thing for young children and toddlers. They’re overwhelming and hard to understand. My kids were super happy and fun babies. They eventually started to get emotional and moody and I thought , “OK, what do I do?”. I wish I would have discussed emotions with them earlier. This way, when they did start to get intense feelings they would be aware of what they were and how to handle them better. Use these activities and printables to help while your young one is still little. These are cute and very useful.
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