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four year old son. I’m exhausted just thinking about all the crazy emotions we
go through within a span of a few minutes sometimes. If this is what
preschoolers go through, I can only imagine what parents of teenagers are
dealing with. So naturally, as soon as I heard the DVD for InsideOut was available for purchase, I headed to my local Walmart to pick up a copy for my son. I highly recommend
you picking up a copy for your family as well.
teaching your child about emotions and the repercussions for your actions. I
purchased the DVD and the Fear action figure so that Carson can play along
while he watches the movie – because sitting quietly is NOT an option!
emotions and letting them get the best of us. Teaching him how taking deep
breathers and using your words instead of going from calm to crazy, angry
maniac in a matter of seconds. Having the movie as a visual has really made a
big impression and seems to help him understand.
draw in the emotions that he is currently feeling. Seriously, how cute is this?
Feel free to print it out and let your little ones color in their emotions!
emotions that are discussed in the movie. So whenever he is acting in joy,
anger, fear or sadness we discuss why he feels that way, how we can make it
better and then we get out the markers and draw in that emotions. This coloring
sheet is a great learning tool. Plus it seems to give him a sense of control of
the situation, while letting him calm down, while still doing a fun activity.
Inside Out yet?