This preschool theme will teach preschoolers all about the feelings and emotions that they experience every day. Emotional education is an important part of a well rounded preschool education.
Preschool Feelings and Emotions Circle Time
Talk with preschoolers about what we can do to feel better when we are sad or angry.
Preschool Feelings and Emotions Arts and Crafts
Preschool Emotions Poster – Take pictures of the preschoolers in your class making faces showing different emotions. Make a poster using the photos and label them with the emotion that each preschooler is showing.
Have preschoolers make a collage of things that make them happy.
BALLOON FACE STICKERS (36PC) – Show your emotions by making balloon faces.
MAKE YOUR OWN FUNNY FACES STICKERS – Make faces that will make you laugh using these fun stickers.
Preschool Feelings and Emotions Math and Science
Make happy faces and sad faces and cut them out. Have preschoolers practice making patterns using the happy and sad faces. For younger preschoolers, you can draw a pattern of happy and sad faces on a piece of paper and have preschoolers match the happy and sad face cut outs to the ones on the piece of paper.
Preschool Feelings and Emotions Music and Movement
Listen to an upbeat song and have preschoolers dance. When they are finished dancing ask them how the song made them feel.
Preschool Feelings and Emotions Pretend Play
Provide dolls in your pretend play center and allow preschoolers to pretend the dolls feel sad and practice nurturing them.
Help preschoolers roll play by giving them one of the following situations to act out. Assign roles to preschoolers and ask them to try and solve the problems.
-A preschooler is tired because they have played for a long time.
-A preschooler is angry because someone took their favorite toy.