A beautiful way to give and display some secret powers!
Arlo and Jude have created a badge set which includes 5 of the most popular ‘powers’ and 1 of their ‘I have secret powers’ badges.
Depending on how they are feeling that day, your little one can choose which badge to wear for some added powers.
The badges read brave, loved, happy, kind and strong and come with a cotton flag.
A beautiful way to help children identify and acknowledge their emotions.
Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas
During mealtime, tell children about a situation that makes you feel a particular emotion (e.g., happy, sad, frustrated, angry, jealous, etc.) Then ask children to share the things that make them feel that same emotion. Add more complicated emotion words to daily talk as children start to understand the basic emotions.
Larry's Learning Outcomes
Building a good understanding of emotions when you’re young helps you relate to others and manage your own mental health later on.