By Marie C.
Getting started at the home
Using the article How to Help Your Child Understand their emotions, I have found many simple tips to help when handling preschoolers. The first thing is to plainly state your child's emotion, an example being "you look like you're having a lot of fun". Talk about others' and your feelings as they happen. As an example let's say that there is a long line for a roller coaster,"Wow look at all the people like this ride, I'm glad we have chosen this ride". Help your child by labeling the world around you.
Tips for school
Preschoolers are at a critical learning age,it may be a good idea to talk with the person they will be spending seven hours with. When talking to the teacher here is a important question to ask, how is the teacher handling your child's emotions? Healthy ways to explain how to deal with emotions are through books or stories and manage emotions as they happen.
There are many benefits to preschoolers that learn to have a good understanding of emotions, according to the article How to Help Your Child Understand their emotions. Some of these benefits are more tolerant to frustration, fewer fights, and are more focused. So isn't it for the best that you teach your preschooler about their emotions.