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Helping children express their emotions, 10 February 2021 | State Library of Queensland

“Sometimes everyday life can be a little overwhelming for children. Very young children and toddlers don’t have the words to communicate, so they often find it hard to express their feelings and the easiest way to show you how they feel might be through a tantrum. Help your little one understand their feelings by using words to describe or express these complex emotions they feel. “I can see that you are angry because your blocks keeps falling over” or “Sometimes I feel sad too and I cry. Can I give you a cuddle to make you feel better?” When children can use words to express themselves it allows them to ask for help or comfort before they become too upset.” Read more at;