Empathy can be understood as the experience of understanding another person's condition from their perspective. The trait is considered one of the most important life skills that children can learn since it not only nurtures interpersonal relationships, thereby making for a strong support network in adulthood but has been linked to positive life outcomes too. The following article provides strategies for promoting empathy in children.
This feelings rhyme is sung in the tune of "I'm A Little Teapot" and is simple for both toddlers and preschoolers. It describes facial features when someone is happy and sad. This is a great song for children to get to understand when someone looks happy or sad.
This song is a fun way for kids to learn how to identify and regulate their emotions. Children will begin to understand that they go through different emotions throughout the day and it's alright to feel what they feel when they feel.
This is an easy song, especially for young children that enables them to identify different emotions and how we respond to those emotions. This song enables children to act out different feelings throughout song.
The All Feeling Are Welcome Posters is a very cute and colourful display to have within the environment that showcases different types of feelings. These feelings may be the type of feelings that a child may display throughout the day and these posters show acceptance of welcoming of those feelings.
These feelings posters provides a visual representation of a specific feeling. They can be used as a tool to teach children to recognise and identify feelings and can be helpful in supporting a child to express and share their feelings. They can also be used in a room display or even as part of the action song "If You're Happy And You Know It".
These sets of feelings flashcards provides a visual representation of a specific feeling. They can be used as a tool to teach children to recognise and identify feelings and can be helpful in supporting a child to express and share their feelings.