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What do you do all day?: Funny faces

I saw this gorgeous mirror at a dollar store so i thought id use it in an activity based around a favourite book "Funny Face" by Nikola Smee.

LOVE this idea-first have children draw a self portrait ...Next add a mirror and have them draw another self portrait using mirrors....(I'd love to see the differences ;-) This teacher added another element of paints...

LOVE this idea-first have children draw a self portrait .(I'd love to see the differences ;-) This teacher add.

Paint on stones and let children have fun or let them choose emotions.

This week we've been discussing emotions and feelings. To help the children understand their emotions, I painted 'feelings stones' and set up this lovely table, where the children can recreate their own faces - or any silly face they like!

Can use with dry erase markers and laminated music staff paper to change songs and rhythms

Eyfs music area - handbells activity idea --- could do with tone bells or boomwhackers as well!

Great idea for kids... They roll the dice, and then act out the emotion and the…

Emotional animals kids game (Teaching kids about emotions)

Anger Management Skills for Kids - Fireflies and Mud Pies

Anger Management Skills for Kids

Anger Management Skills for Kids - Remember, it is just as important to teach children social-emotional skills as it is colors, numbers, and letters.

This Emotions Scavenger Hunt is a great way to build emotional awareness, perspective taking, whole body listening and social skills. By focusing on other people in a relaxed environment it takes the pressure off by eliminating the need to interact while experiencing the various feelings that need to be explored, recognized and defined

Feelings and Emotions Scavenger Hunt: A Social Skills Activity

This Emotions Scavenger Hunt is a great way to build emotional awareness, perspective taking, whole body listening and social skills. By focusing on other people in a relaxed environment it takes the pressure off by eliminating the need to interact while

Stocking stuffers! DIY stress ball :)

Wacky Sacks - Make Your Own Stress Ball

Stress Ball Balloons or For Pre-school Play. Make these playdough-filled balloons for improving fine motor skills and discussing emotions or including in your "Calm Down Kit." -tkz ( I LOVE THIS IDEA) :D

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We love loose parts play! Make some crazy faces with loose parts and our free printable facial features!

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