Free Emotion Cards for Kids
In 5 minutes you will be able to print out the real life photos of kids expressing different emotions to help your child learn to identify different emotions.
My name is Sara and I am the one behind Inspiration to Play!
I have my doctorate in occupational therapy and now I am a stay at home mom to my two young kids.
I love being able to connect with my children through play!
I love learning about child development and understanding what my children are going through.
I really value teaching my children social emotional skills and emotional regulation skills to help their emotional intelligence.
I want to help you feel confident in teaching. your children through play as well as connecting with them and having fun!
I believe that when we can connect with our child in a fun and playful way we can help them learn valuable skills.
I will help you learn how to teach your child social emotional skills, literacy skills, math skills, science and stem activities and life skills.
I will provide you with the benefits of learning these skills along with easy and playful ways you can help teach these skills.
You will get inspirational play ideas and help you feel confident in your teaching skills.
It takes a village to help raise a child, and I want to help be part of your village to help you feel like a confident mom when it comes to playing with your child and using play as a tool to help them learn.
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