Do you feel me? (lost tooth)

She lost her first tooth. Can you guess what she was feeling?
YouTube video

Show the feeling word


Feeling better when something scary, sad, or frustrating goes away

Take it further

Emotions matter. Emotions influence our decision making and color our relationships. Research shows that children who develop emotional intelligence skills are kinder, happier, healthier, and more successful. Help your child develop emotional intelligence by playing another round of our feeling words game.

Conversation starters:

  • Ask your child to think about the girl in the video. What do you think she was feeling when she mentioned the tooth fairy? What makes you think that?
  • Some people use the phrase “sigh of relief.” What do you think that means?


Have your child use their body and face to pantomime what it looks like to feel relieved. Have fun with it by having everyone in the family show their own versions.


Ask your child to count how many emotions the girl shows. Show your child the video again, and this time freeze frame each time there’s a new emotion. How many did she show? Can you name them?

Book lists:

Explore stories about feeling relieved in our feeling word book lists:

Watch more Do you feel me? videos and learn more about emotions.
Read more about the Feeling Words Curriculum.
Have some fun with feeling words with our Mad-Sad-Glad Libs.


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