Thursday, January 18, 2018

Social Emotional Health Activities for Children 30-60 Months

30-35 Months

  • Tell your child stories about when he or she was a baby. Let your child help you finish his or her favorite stories.
  • Ask your child how characters in stories are feeling.
  • Show your child how to share and praise him or her when he or she shares with you.
  • Draw faces showing different feelings and encourage your child to use the faces to tell you how he or she is feeling.
36-47 Months
  • Ask your child to label his or her emotions and the emotions of others.
  • Provide opportunities for your child to play with other children.
  • Give your child directions with at least two steps.
  • Play games that involve your child taking turns.
48-59 Months
  • Talk to your child about how people are alike and how people are different.
  • Allow your child to complete small amounts of housework.
  • Use old clothes or boxes to play pretend games.
  • Praise your child for learning new skills.
60 Months +
  • Offer your child choices of activities.
  • Remind your child to express his or her feelings using words.
  • Practice with your child what he or she would do if separated from you in public.
  • Encourage your child to talk about the rules at home and at school.

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