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Check Your Engine! Emotional Regulation for Littles
In this one time class learners will become investigators of their body. We will name our emotions and practice mindfulness by becoming aware of our thoughts, environment and sensations in our body.
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Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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How’s your engine running? A strange question to ask your child, right? Well, not after this class. In this class, I will work with your child to identify various emotions and recognize their breath. Additionally, we will work together to learn about the 'engine' that runs in our bodies. We will discover the three speeds our engine can run and create a paper plate version of our engine. Engines can run blue (low energy or even sad), green (just the right amount of energy, feeling good), or...
Students will improve their understanding on emotions and learn to regulate them using a model and breathing techniques.
After class, I encourage families to place engine plates in the areas of your home that you are in most often. For many families, the kitchen is the center of everything so they like to keep engine plates on the refrigerator. Throughout the day, take your child to their engine plate and ask them to examine where they think their engine might be at. Remember, the engine plates aren't an area to shame your child, but rather to help identify and regulate emotions! You might show your child how you are examining your own engine. “Mommy’s engine is running on blue because mommy is very tired and hungry”. Then you might say “Mommy needs to get a healthy snack and have a nap” (or coffee, lets be real). Or maybe you say “Mommy’s engine is running on red because when you yell and scream in the house it makes mommy feel stressed” (if this is the case, perhaps the child’s engine is running on red as well and you might say, I wonder if your engine is running on red too, maybe it would help if we went to the park to get some of your energy out, or maybe it would help if you did some jumping jacks or hopped like a bunny 10 times, do a wall push, carry a heavy bag of beans etc)
1 paper plate A blue, green and red marker or crayon 1 brad 1 piece of colored paper (to make the arrow)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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1 completed class
Hello! I am a fourth year Kindergarten teacher with a heart for empowering littles. I hold a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education and I’m eager to take my teaching platform online. I plan to teach a variety of classes including...