These fun, quick games can help students with developing emotional literacy (the ability to name emotions in myself and others) as a key stepping stone to developing empathy (an understanding of the thoughts, feelings, wants, and needs of others.
Included in this lesson are:
~ An overview of the development of empathy in children
~ Instructions on how to take photos of students portraying different emotions
~ Descriptions of 5 different games that you can play with students to build emotional literacy and empathy
~ A list of children's books about feelings and emotions
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