P2 Latest Roots of Empathy News

We enjoyed another lovely visit from Sally and baby Oliver came to visit. In the previous lesson we had been discussing how people are the same in many ways, but there are also many ways we are different. Also P2 discovered we all have different temperament traits and every family is unique. The children wrote letters and created drawings for Oliver telling him what is important to them. We caught up on all his news and the children enjoyed how he loved crawling all over the room and throwing the ball. Sally told us Oliver loves his food and she can’t find any food he doesn’t like. At the visit Oliver enjoyed a snack in front of the children, this enabled the children to read baby Oliver’s facial cues on how he felt about the food and when he had had enough.

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