We identified various "feelings faces" and sorted them.
We made "feelings faces" with playdough based on what we learned about what people's facial features look like for the following emotions - happy, sad, mad, and scared.
We shared things that made us happy and illustrated them!
We worked at our playdough mats with special words like "Friend", "Love", "Peace", and "Kind".
We practiced taking turns while building together with a partner.
We also practiced taking turns by sorting "helpful hands", by color and picture.
We discussed ways to be a kind person. We loved illustrating our ideas! Many of us agree that we can be kind by sharing toys and/or materials, helping one another, listening to each other, and/or u
We really enjoyed building friendships while making Friendship bracelets, which also helped us to work on fine motor skills.
We ended our unit on Feelings & Friendships by making a Friendship Fruit Salad! Each child brought in their favorite fruit to share in our salad. This gave us a chance to share more about ourselves and compare/contrast likes and dislikes. We loved working together to create something, too! We also practiced measuring and counting the fruit before we added it into our bowl.