Salt Dough Decorations
Here’s a crafty activity that’s perfect for cosy days at home. Make your own Christmas […]Read more
Some space to move around.
Talk about all the different types of emotions we might feel. You could use this mood metre to get some ideas. Select a few easy opposites like sad and happy and have your child act them out. They can either pull a face or you can encourage them to say the words or both.
You can also give it a try – act out an emotion, and encourage your child to act out the opposite emotion to what you are portraying.
Try acting out a range of different emotions such as angry, scared, excited or surprised. Try to find their opposites if you can.