Unicorn emotion fans

Grab yourself a lovely little set of emotion fans. These will appeal to young children especially if they like unicorns! Learning about emotions should start as soon as children begin to speak and  even before. As an adult or parent this should be modeled to children constantly because they do learn from you. Explain to the child that they feel sad because … and explain why they might be feeling sad. Show children that emotions come and go all the time. Show them how you deal with your emotions so they are set a good example. This is an #elsafreefriday resource.

Emotions covered are:

  • angry
  • sad
  • excited
  • confused
  • happy
  • scared

Download: Unicorn emotion fans

"Such a wide range of resources to choose from - always something that can be used for different ages and situations. I have used so many and return to them time and time again. They are all super, but my favourites are the actual programmes that run over several sessions - for example the Super Girl Group. So easy to follow, it provides great confidence to allow you to really engage with the group rather than worry about what to do next. Brilliant."

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