a fun way to teach emotional vocabulary in you classroom. There are two versions of the game in this file, one has 15 emotions for grades K-1 and the other has 24 emotions for grades 2-3. There are 10 different Bingo cards for each version (up to 10 players).
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Why is Emotional Literacy Important?
In order to develop social skills, children must first be able to read emotional cues in themselves and others. Once they can recognize, label, and understand their feelings, they can learn to calm themselves, control impulses, and self-advocate (ask for help or for a break). They can learn to interpret the cause of others’ emotions and the intent behind actions. Without these skills, children often interpret the behavior of others as intentionally hurtful and may act out in ways that lead to social isolation. Being able to sense and understand the feelings of others is an important prerequisite to building positive relationships.
These games are also included in the Managing Behaviors and Emotions Kit
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