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I typically do not use worksheets in my classroom but I will but them out, laminate and make games out of them for fun and learning, keeps the children engaged and develops fine motor and critical thinking, this is a good example of cutting a worksheet into game strips - worksheets can also be copied onto cardstock before trimming and covered with clear contact paper

Alphabet Matching Game - Teaching Mama

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Feelings Games from Kidlutions: Solutions for Kids on (34 pages) - More than 30 pages of social-emotional development activities to use with children up to about age 8. May be used at home, schools, camps, scouting events, library programs, therapy, counseling and MORE! For circle time, story time, centers and a whole

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have different faces for different expressions, say expressions. could have emotion bingo cards that match faces

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Why Self-Regulation Skills Improve Kids Attention and Impulse Control - Movement and Self regulation skills for early childhood education

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Teaching Toddlers Emotions

Emotions paper plate cards can be made by toddlers, and can later be discussed in group time. Exploring the different emotions of these plates helps the toddlers 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 to learn empathy for others. #preschool #kidscrafts #education (repinned by Super Simple Songs)

Teaching Toddlers Emotions