Happy Sad Feeling Glad

Happy Sad Feeling Glad

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Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2019 Kindergarten Curriculum Kit and Non-Religious 2019 Kindergarten Curriculum Kit!
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Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad
Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad is a lovely book that not only explains some of the many emotions your kindergartner may feel, but it also encourages him to put pencil to paper and help the animals explore their feelings, too. Dog and Cat are scared; draw what might be frightening them. By participating in the animals’ stories, your child’s own emotions are explored in an insightful and sensitive way. Lively and full of humor, with relatable vignettes, Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad will help your child better understand and express his own feelings.

Features
Format: Paperback
Illustrations: 56
Pages: 56
Size: 10¾ x 8⅝ in
ISBN: 9781780679334
Published: April 2017
Faith-Based: No

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C.R.
Sweet book

We love this book! The pages are nice and thick. We love going through all the various situations and the emotions they cause. My daughter always likes to take a peek at the upcoming pages and cant wait for the next page to see what's next.

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Such a cute book

This book is absolutely adorable! It’s a great way to work in talking about emotions and even talking about how to respond to other’s emotions into our regular school time. I love this book and will be ordering more for my other learners!

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K.L.
Adorable

This book is absolutely adorable. My silly son found the cranky dog to be hilarious. This book strikes a nice balance between directional prompts and creativity. The pages are nice and thick. Markers do not bleed through.

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E.

This is a cute book for talking with kids and when prompted with questions it can help them to think about and name specific feelings

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Another solid option

I was hesitant as to whether or not we needed a third art book. I'm glad we took the leap on this one. Similar to Push Pull, this one gives more emotional prompts which has allowed us space to talk about emotions, how to express ourselves, and how to recognize emotions in others. With both our child on the autism spectrum this has allowed us to work on areas we weren't expecting too in a fun and relaxed way.


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