Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

More like this: children and ipad.
Visit Site
Vanessa | Tried & True
Vanessa | Tried & True • 2 years ago

Emotional differences between preschoolers and school-aged children

  • Itze Bernal
    Itze Bernal • 2 years ago

    I had a discussion with my interview panel about this topic when I was interviewing to become a pre k teacher. There are some big differences that need to be respected.

Related Pins

Teachers make a difference... Life at home makes a difference too...

Ages & stages free pages (physical, mental, emotional, and social development from ages 1 mo to 11 years old).

“How Do They Feel? Teaching Young Children to Recognize Emotion in Others” provides children practice in recognizing and labeling emotions. It is appropriate for students on the autism spectrum, as well as others who exhibit social-emotional and behavioral challenges. 2.00

5 activities to develop emotional intelligence

Great list of reliable online resources for helping your child with reading, from birth through school age.

Help your child understand and express emotions while learning appropriate behaviors by using this introductory guide to emotion coaching.

10 Revolutionary iPad Apps to Help with social/emotional identification

An Anger Box is a box filled with various calming items for a child to use when they are feeling angry or emotional in any way. The idea of the Anger Box is not that it’s a punishment, but a way to teach children to work through their emotions in a healthy manner.

CBT Children's Emotion Worksheet Series: 7 Worksheets for Dealing with Sadness