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Let’s Talk: Emotional Literacy and Social Skills Through Puppetry

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1.  Which of the following best describes children with higher emotional intelligence?
  1. Are better able to pay attention and are more engaged in school
  2. Have more positive relationships
  3. Are more empathic
  4. All of the above
2.  Puppets are tools that can be used to do which of the following?
  1. To share a fear or social challenge that you think the child might be experiencing
  2. To reflect a feeling back to the child and/or add information about what may happen
  3. To ask children how to “help” the puppet cope with the big feelings or hard situations
  4. All of the above
3.  One strategy to determine puppet show content is to observe children at play or in conversation to search for which of the following?
  1. Teachable moments
  2. Which toys children enjoy
  3. How to style puppet hair
  4. Children’s fashion choices
4.  What can you do to guide social and emotional puppet show content?
  1. Draw pictures of the puppet show you plan to create
  2. Ask your mother to think of a good topic
  3. Identify desired outcomes for social or emotional learning
  4. Use the same theme as you always do this month
5.  Which of the following should children do during a puppet show?
  1. Never sit in a circle when listening to a puppet show because seeing each other’s faces would distract them from the puppets
  2. Always sit in chairs to help them focus on the puppet show
  3. Always stay quiet while the puppet circle time is running
  4. Sit in a circle during the puppet circle time so the children can see each other and the puppets

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