In order to manage emotions, one must first know and recognize them. A good way to do this in the classroom is through playful activities. María Carballo Tubío, Infant and Primary School teacher and author of the blog 'A escola do sentimientos', tells us how to carry out five emotional intelligence games in an introspective and fun way.
There are many options for addressing equality from the classroom. Thus, in addition to books, board games and movies, you can choose these short videos that inspire students to pursue their dreams regardless of their gender and to fight for equality.
Handicrafts help Infant and Primary students to develop skills such as drawing or painting, encourage creativity and work on patience to solve the problems that arise when making something with their own hands.
Games, templates, applications or books are some of the resources that we propose in this list to carry out with students with dyslexia. It is useful for teachers and families, since they can treat this disorder from the gamification and entertainment fields.