• Write down different emotion words on slips of paper. Some examples: happy, sad, scared, angry, calm, excited, frustrated, worried, embarrassed, joyful, disgusted, etc.
  • Once emotion words are written down on slips of paper, have the parent or caregiver hide them throughout the house.
  • When children find each emotion word, have them read it out loud and share something that causes them to feel that emotion.
  • Once the children have found all of the slips of paper, have them hide them and the parent or caregiver takes their turn next!