Dear friends, I want to share with you our experiment "Let’s play emotions".
Everything began with the webinar of Nikolai Ivanovich and with our interest in the theme of "Emotion", namely, how virtuously our children own this technique.
The tested volunteer is our youngest daughter Annika (9 years old), the girl is lively, active, takes a great interest in sports (kapuero), ballet and theater.
How the experiment was going on
Give the child a short installation: "you are happy", "you are angry with us," "you are offended," "you do not agree with us," "you were frightened," etc. The husband took pictures.
Originally the idea was just to see how much the child can "build" his emotions for specific tasks. During the experiment, the experiment expanded.
When we began to disassemble the pictures, we asked the child: "What’s your mood here?". She unmistakably deciphered: "Here I am angry with you, because I blurred" screwed up "," but here I am offended at you because I spoiled my sponge, "etc. The next question is: "And what should you do to stop being angry?" An ingenious answer followed: "Make the brows straight."
What did the experiment give us?
At this point in time, we learn from children "not to sacrifice," the phrase "straighten the face" often sounds in the house. Now our child knows exactly what we mean and what needs to be corrected.
She made an interesting conclusion - when she has any negative emotions, she automatically either crosses her arms, or presses them tightly to the body, or squeezes her fists. And in order to straighten the face it is sometimes enough just to spread your hands to the sides.
I will be happy if our find is useful.
I do not agree with you, parents. I just listen in silence, because you can not be interrupted
In general, I’m offended at you.
But this is my typical "victim". I can even cry. Want to?
Oh, I’m afraid, I’m afraid, afraid. Maybe you’re better yourself?
Well, look, I’m good.
Cool experiment turned out!