How to talk to your child about emotions Children’s social and emotional skills begin to develop from a very young age. Building a good understanding of emotions when you’re young helps you relate to others and manage your own mental health later on. Talking openly with children about how they feel and why, enables them to start recognising and understanding different emotions. Follow these simple steps from our friends at Feeling Better to start a conversation…https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/joinin/talking-to-your-child-about-emotions?collection=parenthood-tips-and-tricks ... See MoreSee Less
Support early language development at home...A 'language-rich' environment both at home and in the nursery is vital if a child is to progress easily through the many stages of early speech development.
Ghost Caribou A new night-time street act, giant illuminated creatures roam a mystical world after dark, accompanied by a wild herdsperson. As they gather a crowd, they clear a space to perform their otherworldly ceremony. Using music, song and shadow puppets, they tell stories.
Sat 18 May, 4.30pm walkabout 9pm full show Queens Park Free