In this article, we will explore the differences and similarities between emotional education and emotional intelligence, and how you can apply them with young children using our digital table: KIDS’TABLE.
What do these concepts have in common?
Emotional education vs. emotional intelligence
- emotional autonomy
- emotional regulation
- emotional awareness
- social competence, which involves understanding and managing emotions in oneself and with others.
- life skills and well-being
KIDS’TABLEis specifically designed for children aged 3 to 9. Through its educational games, which make learning fun, children can begin developing their emotional intelligence from a young age.
- emotional perception: learning to recognise, evaluate and express one’s own emotions and the emotions of others.
- emotional assimilation: considering feelings when reasoning or problem-solving.
- understanding emotions in oneself and others.
- regulating emotions to promote emotional and intellectual growth.