Big Emotions Class for Preschoolers/Pre-K

Helping children Learn about their emotions

 

Isn’t it amazing how someone so little can have such strong emotions?  Being excited can be displayed by jumping up and down, while being angry can be displayed through banging on the floor and everything in between.   It can be exhausting for them and their parents!  Young kids are learning about their emotions and trying to figure out how to process their feelings.  This is a healthy and they are doing the best that they can. Learning how to express our emotions is a big part of childhood.  Interested in learning more about emotions?  Come join other parents in learning about emotions in a fun way!

Big Emotions Class for Preschoolers/Pre-K (older 3’s, 4’s and 5 year-olds)

In this class we will…

-Explore what our emotions are and why they are important.

-Explore ways to express our emotions.

-Make a book to take home and read by the end of class all about emotions.

-Read, sing, be creative and be silly.

This is a class for children and their caregiver.  Siblings are welcome.

When: Friday afternoons 1pm to 1:45pm beginning April 8th, 2016 for 4 weeks

Location: Irondequoit Child and Family Wellness Center

809 East Ridge Road, Rochester,  NY 14621

Space is limited so please register early.  Contact Jessica Fowler, LCSW at jlfcounselingservices@gmail.com

Cost of the group is $40.00.   This includes all materials.

Please note this is a psycho-educational group

If link does not work (specifically on mobile), please email me at jlfcounselingservices@gmail.com

 

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