Emotions are a vital part of our everyday lives. Whether you’re having a good laugh over a text message or feeling frustrated in rush hour traffic, you know that the highs and lows you experience can significantly affect your well-being.
Your ability to regulate those emotions, in turn, affects how you’re perceived by the people around you.
Our page on Emotional Intelligence explains why it is important to understand your emotions and those of others.
The handout below will help your kid recognize and understand his/her own emotions, and explains why they are sometimes so strong. It offers some practical ideas about how he/she can manage his/her own emotions so that he/she can use and harness them, but are not governed entirely by them.
Download the handout here: Managing My Emotions
Geometry at the preschool level involves identifying shapes and learning positional words. Because geometry is one of the more visual math disciplines, it offers a chance for kids to build a fun, vibrant association with the subject of math.
This poster contains ten suggestions geared towards diffusing conflict and helping students get on with their days.
Hang this poster somewhere accessible so you can physically move away from the conflict while figuring out what to do.