Sometimes it’s hard for my kids to talk about their feelings. In the heat of the moment, they find it a lot easier to cry (or let’s face it, whine) than to confront their emotions.
As the child of a child psychologist, I am always on the lookout for great books to help me make my job a bit easier in that respect, and I’ve found a nice solution with this smart book and accompanying journal.
eye-catching in a major way. The main characters are funky, hand-made
felt creatures, like little Etsy wunderkinds. The text is
simple and clean. It is the perfect segue into the accompanying
workbook, My Feelings Activity
conversations about what’s on your child’s mind.