The more acurately a child can name a feeling, the more useful. In to these words adding a reason why helps. "Terrified because I had a nightmare." "Confused and I don't know why." "Proud because I did it myself."
My VCOP display, quite proud of it I have to admit! We have a boring word jail, if the we put the word in jail, we can't use it in our writing. All the words are attached with velcro so that it's fully interactive. Together the children and I will add more words.
It is hard when are kids are shy - what do we do as a parent to encourage that confidence, but also not to undermine them so they feel we are criticising the way they react to those situations - here are some ideas to help build confidence in your children....
Yep! Love the fact I've been to every parents evening, school play, sports day, supported with his swimming, rollerskating, football, helping him with shoe laces & riding a bike, clothing & providing for him! General support with his emotions & some bullying he's had at school. So proud of him xx
Auntie Nym - Activities with Antonyms and Synonyms - Common Core Aligned
ANTONYMS/SYNONYMS - I am proud to introduce my Auntie Nym, (antonym) and her cat Cinnamon (synonym). My students have enjoyed Auntie Nym for years! Included in this packet are 58 pages of fun activities for helping students retain antonyms and synonyms! There are many fun activities to help students with the retention of antonyms and synonyms. Common Core Aligned $