EMOJIS. Use to identify major/minor and moods in music, in dramatic play, and in activities to express moods through facial expressions, gestures, body language, and movement. Use vocal sounds and words to express the feelings of the emojis. Make up a cooperative story using emojis as characters. Think of descriptive words that match their expressions. Choose an Emoji of the Day and describe the expression in a variety of words and music. They also makes a fun behavior chart! Silicone disks cling to whiteboard, floor, or any smooth surface, and are washable. Set of 9
and 100 BEST FILM CLASSICS 6-CD SET
Nothing stirs our emotions like film music! Hear John Williams’ playful, friendly E. T. theme, and compare to the jeering, bullying, “let’s have a rumble” Mambo in Bernstein’s West Side Story. This collection of classical music from famous films is perfect for Emojis (above) and feelings activities, running the emotional gamut from suspense and fear in Wagner’s Valkyries to excitement and joy in Beethoven’s 9th.
Over 7 hours of emotion-filled music! Set of 6 CDs