Acting out emotions can help children consider other people’s feelings and perspectives
1. Tell your child you are going to take some 'selfies' of each other making different faces (happy, sad, angry, etc).
2. When you've taken a few, go through them together. Ask your child to identify the emotion in each picture.
3. Then ask when and why your child feels that way (when do you feel sad? why?).
4. Ask how your child makes themselves feel better and overcome bad moods.
You can use this game to help your child come up with strategies for dealing with negative emotions in real life.