Social Emotional Flashcards | Toddler Curriculum Materials
Being two is FINE. It’s fine. Finnnee, y’all. Fine. Totally fine. Life has been… inhectic (that’s a word I just made up combining insane and hectic. Feel free to borrow ?)
These social-emotional flashcards are here to help your child identify the emotions they’re feeling.
Being two is FINE. It’s fine. Finnnee, y’all. Fine. Totally fine. Life has been… inhectic (that’s a word I just made up combining insane and hectic. Feel free to borrow )
So I recently made these quick Social-Emotional Flashcards to start helping our son recognize and share his emotions. I wouldn’t say they’re working yet… But with consistent exposure and naming his emotions for him, I hope that he’ll start to be able to recognize and communicate what he’s feeling. The feelings and emotions of a two-year-old are BIG, so fingers crossed this small strategy helps him identify what is happening inside him – and I hope they bring you some much-neededas support, like they have for us.
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My toddler is starting to pickup on different facial expressions and these make it easier to have those conversations about our feelings!