TIP: Retell a time when you felt happy, sad, anxious, sleepy and hungry.
Benefits of Bilingualism
Speaking a second language opens up a whole new range of social opportunities, enhancing your child’s social skills and confidence. In other words, the more languages they understand, the more people they can communicate with and create meaningful relationships with.
Into, Through & Beyond
Name and identify your emotions in English and Spanish by creating an emotions wheel based the Canticos song “If You’re Happy and You Know It/ Si Estas Feliz.” See if you can draw a face for each emotion you learn.
Supplies + Materials
Supplies needed: printed activity sheets; pencils; crayons or colored pencils; scissors; paper fastener.
Note to Grown- Ups
Asking children to name their emotions is an important first step to regulating their emotions. Encourage them to voice how they are feeling by asking them directly, and have them explain their feelings. “I am feeling ___ because…”