How to use this feelings chart
We recommend you laminate this fun chart for frequent reuse. First, be sure the child fully understands the types of moods or feelings shown on this chart. Then using a wipeable marker, invite the youngster to draw how he or she feels. There is no right or wrong with how they do the drawing; it can be very basic or more intricate. Use the drawing as a jumping off point to explore how moods can change, and how we all have different moods at certain times.
Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use our printables.
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