With restrictions eased we will be able to offer a 4 week school readiness program commencing mid November for children before they begin school in 2021! Spots will fill quickly, but we are hoping to offer a selection of classes in three locations. Stay tuned… Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on our social media’s, If you want to be notified of costs & dates when they became available.
Kids experience complex feelings just like adults. They get frustrated, excited, nervous, sad, jealous, frightened, worried, angry and embarrassed.
However young kids usually don’t have the vocabulary to talk about how they are feeling. Instead they communicate their feelings in other ways.
Kids can express their feelings through facial expressions, through their body, their behaviour and play. Sometimes they may act out their feelings in physical, inappropriate or problematic ways.
From the moment kids are born, they start learning the emotional skills they need to identify, express and manage their feelings. They learn how to do this through their social interactions and relationships with important people in their lives such as parents, grandparents and carers.
Being a parent means you’ve got a really important role to play in helping kids understand their feelings and behaviours. Kids need to be shown how to manage their feelings in positive and constructive ways.