We have been doing a lot of teaching about feelings in my early intervention class lately and this book has come quite in handy.
So, I decided to make a dry-erase frame so each child could draw how they were feeling each morning. We then could use that time as an opportunity to talk more about feelings and what they mean. The children that I work with are still quite young, so drawing a happy face might be too difficult for them. I might end up drawing the faces after they tell me how they feel. It will probably work best for those 4 and up. Instead of using a plain dry erase marker, I decided to use a bistro chalk marker. It looks so much more cooler. Thanks to the Crafting Chicks for that idea. I got mine at Hobby Lobby.
Just print out your 8x10 printable and put it into a frame. Write your feelings on the glass.
Free-Printable links for blog subscribers are above the following pictures. Many thanks to Erin at Erin Bradley Designs for allowing me to use her digital flags in my printables. Be sure to check out her awesome Etsy store!
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