Mirror Mirror

Time required
Can last from a couple minutes to much longer depending on how many times you and your child want to play.
A mirror
How to Play
Hold up a mirror so that you and your child can see each other. Begin with making different facial expressions such as happy, sad, or scared. Ask your child to first copy the expressions and then ask them to label the emotions.
Some Tips
Play in the bathroom if you do not have a mirror.
Make it Easier
Start with simple expressions including happy and sad.
Make it Harder
Once your child knows the game, ask them to go first and choose their own emotions. Try more difficult emotions such as surprised, worried, sleepy, bored or silly.
Adapted from 'My child and I, Attachment for Life', Pg. 21, BestStart/Health Nexus.