Admission to school means a serious change for every child because it expands the content of activities and increase the number of emotional interactions. The preschoolers and schoolchildren respond to different stimuli and develop different social skills. Although the young schoolchildren still react emotionally to disruptive, they develop the ability to control emotional reactions. They learn how to express but still often misidentify their emotions when learning how to express them.
Young schoolchildren experience difficulty with reading facial expressions and interpreting the feelings of other children. Sometimes, it causes inadequate response reactions in young schoolchildren. They can identify two basic emotions of fear and joy because they have clear ideas how to express them verbally. They can list at least five synonyms for these emotions.
Tests for Schoolchildren will you help understand emotions and feelings of schoolchildren.