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Feelings cards

In our family we are big talkers, but my kids are still  learning that. So this craft was a good way to have a open conversion about feelings without them feeling like I am just lecturing them. 
I made the cards (really could have just used index cards) and on each I wrote 
When I
I am feeling
&
I need
Then we talked about some things like my son pinching. (he is 3 and this has become a new thing) 
On the "I need" line talk about things your kid/kids could do when they feel these different ways. For the pinching card we talked about things he could do before he even went as far as to pinch someone and what he needs to do after, like say sorry and give a hug. 

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