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Infant-Toddler: Teaching About Feelings

Emotional literacy is identifying and understanding emotions in appropriate, healthy ways. Emotional literacy skills develop over time and – for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers – are a “work in progress.” In fact, many of the challenging behaviors we see in young children are evidence of their development stages. In this session, we will explore what the development of emotional literacy looks like (for example, labeling feelings in self and others, recognizing facial and physiological signs, modulating responses, developing coping strategies) and share a variety of strategies teachers can use to support and teach the young early learners in our care about feelings.


Presenter:  Jessica Johnson, Early Childhood Program Consultant


Credit: 2 hours


Questions contact: Jessica Johnson 828-698-0674 x 160

[email protected]


*Please arrive early so the training can begin promptly. Also, note that if you register for the training event and are unable to attend, you MUST contact CCR&R prior to the scheduled training event to cancel or you will be liable for the registration costs.


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