Here you can download the teaching guide for this extra activity to do with the toy and print activities related to the game. You can also download the digital game and use it whenever and wherever you want.
Recognising feelings and talking about them.
There are 14 situations. For each situation, drag a face and discuss together the reason why it was your choice. The faces represent: happiness, sadness, surprise, anger, fear and boredom. Use the arrows to choose a different situation.
Hand over the Minland motiblocks game and talk about the first 6 emotions represented in this game: happiness, sadness, surprise, annoyance, fear and boredom. uild 6 characters who represent each emotion.
Select one of the images shown on the sheets printed beforehand , talk about the image and ask the child to find the card in the feeings game that this image represents for him her. Ask him her why he has chosen this emotion.Support/Help
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