“Just like children, emotions heal when they are heard and validated.” – Jill Bolte Taylor
Hello, I’m Zoey! This is my best friend, Zac. We love playing together.
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Identifying and talking about one’s emotions is the very start for building empathy skills and problem-solving. Also, being kind and showing compassion to others is only possible if you start teaching your child how to identify emotions and show empathy. Sometimes it is tough for young children to express how they feel when they have strong emotions. Usually, when the feelings cannot be expressed, they became more intense and turn into meltdowns. We prepared our ‘All About Emotions’ Box to talk about emotions on a play basis for you and your child.