How to use this feelings chart
Kids love these colorful images that describe 9 different types of feelings. A chart like this can be used in discussion for a child’s own feelings, as well recognizing the emotions of family members, friends, and classmates. With time children develop a better understanding of their own emotions and how to control them. They also learn to deal with the feelings of others and understand their role in how others may react.
Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use our printables.
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