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  • Raena Irizarry

    Emotion Sort, or make a felt divider line for the felt board

  • Kara Powers

    Emotional Intelligence Building Activity for toddlers. Happy and sad face sorting. A really great way to keep your little one busy without a screen

  • Carol Samaan

    Fun way to build emotional intelligence - happy/sad face sorting

  • Lauren Lepinski

    Happy and sad face sorting. A good template for any pairs sorting activity

  • Joy Evans

    Happy and Sad Face Sorting- social emotional

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Blank face template (Fill the head with resolutions, dreams, and goals...then use it as a writing prompt.)

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Reading Confetti: Kid's Co-op: 5 Activities to Develop Your Child's Emotional Intelligence

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Make your own funny face and talk with your kids about different emotions as you change his face over and over again.