Understanding and Guiding the Emotions of Children


Natalie Grebe

It is a typical early morning in a Pre-K classroom. Small groups of children are playing with blocks, reading books, coloring and eating breakfast. One teacher oversees the breakfast table and greets parents and children as they enter. A second teacher interacts with the children who are playing and prepares the morning activities. Most children come in bright-eyed and eager to see friends. Nearing the end of breakfast, just before the teacher rings the cleanup bell, a boy with messy hair and mismatched socks arrives. His father appears overly stressed, despite the day having just begun.

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