Children will learn how to make a plan to solve a problem.
Use the Word Gardens from previous lessons to review “frustrated” and “thrilled”. Have children “pick” a flower, say the word, and do its pose.
Gather the children in a circle. Hold the ball and tell a story about when you felt frustrated. Pass the ball to a child and have that child share an example. Take turns passing the ball.
Children will review the feeling words as they chant and move. As you say each line, prompt the children to repeat it after you. Hold up the large pose pictures as they chant the feeling words.
When I have a problem,
I have feelings, too.
But I’m thrilled I can solve it,
When I Breathe, Think, Do!