Checking in With Our Emotions
Your child learns social and emotional skills through communicating and interacting with family and friends. Social skill opportunities may be more challenging for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. It is important to talk about the various emotions, how we manage our feelings, and what we can do with them.
- Friendship Hands
A great way to express our feelings by thinking about our friends or extended family members.
- Describing Socially Acceptable Ways to Express Emotions: Saying Thanks
Create a poster with an inspirational message/message of thanks.
- Activities to Support Recognizing and Labeling Emotions
Exploring emotions with a movie and an activity based on Goldilocks.
- Using Repetition
Repetition is a great strategy to consider during everyday interactions.