Fostering Emotional Literacy During COVID-19

With many changes in our day-to-day lives, we focus on helping young children recognize and describe a wide range of emotions


Helping Children Recognize and Describe Emotions

In this 20-minute webinar, educational coaches Stephanie Adams and Caitlin Powell talk about how we can foster children’s emotional literacy by helping them connect a wide range of feelings with emotion words.

You’ll learn three key strategies that work across virtual, hybrid, and physically distanced classroom environments.

Small dice stacked up with emotion drawings


Webinar Highlights

Little kids experience big emotions

With so many changes happening in our world, children may be more worried, frustrated, and bored than ever, and they may not yet have the words to describe them.

When emotions are strong, children may behave differently

When children feel anxious, upset, or bored, children may behave in new or challenging ways. Teachers might not see these behaviors during their meetings, but families may see changes at home.

Children need our help

As adults, it is our job to help children connect what they are feeling with language, no matter where they’re learning from. In this webinar, we share ways to help children recognize and describe their emotions in any learning setting.