1. Together, watch the video of Bert and John John talking about feelings.
  2. Make feeling faces together. Ask kids, “Can you show me the face you make when you’re feeling (for instance, angry, sad, happy, excited, worried)?”
  3. Use paper and crayons or markers to make feeling masks. Draw faces that show different feelings, and then tape or glue a craft stick or empty paper-towel roll on the back of the paper.
  4. Have check-ins with kids throughout the day to see how they’re feeling. They can hold up their feeling masks to help express themselves.