Emotional Intelligence Skill Builder: The Game of Walking Emotions

As children, our learning processes often follow a similar track: start small and simple, and then add detail as our intellectual and physical capabilities increase. For example, once we know the colors of the rainbow, we are more equipped to understand where teal and maroon fit in the color spectrum. The same thing is trueContinue reading “Emotional Intelligence Skill Builder: The Game of Walking Emotions”

Skill Builder: Playing Four Corners With Stage Directions

Did you know that your kids (and yourself!) often learn the best when doing something hands-on and fun? Teachers have been using this concept for years to engage young minds in the way that feels most natural to them: Play. Play is an essential element in drama therapy and is encouraged for all ages. ManyContinue reading “Skill Builder: Playing Four Corners With Stage Directions”