Use Norman Rockwell’s illustrations to build children’s emotional vocabulary.
In this painting Rockwell tells the story of a little girl’s day by portraying small moments in her morning, afternoon, and night. It was created for the Saturday Evening Post and is a companion to Rockwell’s prior Post cover, Day in the Life of a Little Boy. Rockwell was known for his ability to capture emotion and tell a complete story within each of his images.
- Build language skills
- Learn and explore words related to feelings.
- Build empathy and emotional understanding
- Printed or digital copies of “ A Day in The Life of a Little Girl” and “A Day in The Life of A Little Boy”.
- Drawing paper
- Markers and crayons