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Attended our Creativity Hour: Social-Emotional Learning Games on May 21, 2020?
Finding ways to discuss feelings can help children recognize and manage emotions. In this project, children will have fun as they design a card game that weaves social and emotional responses into the game play to help build understanding of themselves and others. The game will focus on recognizing emotions and gaining self-management skills.
Visualization means making mental pictures of stories or information. When children make mental pictures of what they hear it helps them build reading comprehension and memory skills and focus on the main ideas and detailed descriptions.
In this at-home project, children will visualize what they hear or read and use those mental images to help them create story illustrations. Watch the video for this family project here!
When children think about what they can do to help others they learn about responsibility and kindness. In this at-home project, children will create kindness gifts for family members, friends, and neighbors, and then wrap them in homemade wrapping paper. Watch the video for this family project here!
When stories are personally relevant, children are better able to figure out how to distinguish fact from fiction. In this at-home project, children will create personal figurines (small sculptures or puppets that represent themselves) and illustrate scenes from a story.
With the help of their figurines, children will imagine, “What if I was there?” to spark new, personal adventures. Watch the video for this family project here!