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Children learn to…
- Know that it’s okay to have ALL their feelings!
- Notice and be aware when they are having a feeling
- Identify /name the feeling
- Recognize the difference between feelings and behavior
- They are not their feelings/emotions.
- A feeling can come in and move out…it is not who they are.
- To FEEL their feelings – allowing the feeling to move through rather than take over.
- Feelings are safe and manageable.
- First of three tools: 1st….how they can choose a feeling.
- Practicing their first tool
- working with their second tool for choosing a feeli
- Use their third tool….
- Recognize and identify their personal boundaries
- Recognize and identify where their personal boundaries are and how they change
- Notice the difference between their feelings and another person’s feelings.
- Honor their own feelings when they are different from another person’s.
- Have compassion for another person’s feelings while honoring their own.
- To feel what it’s like to be something or someone other than themselves.
- To understand that we each have different perspectives and feelings.