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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E.
Happy Sad Feeling Glad

My 4.5 year old does not typically enjoy drawing/coloring but really enjoys this book. I like that it encourages him to draw and I enjoy talking about feelings together.

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C.W.
Happy Sad Feeling Glad

So far my five year old is really enjoying this art book. It's a good way to introduce different emotions, which can help him regulate his own be more specific for how he's feeling.

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R.N.R.
a fun book

Such a fun book allowing the creative juices to flow! My son loves it.

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K.L.
short and sweet

My son loves doing this book. We discuss the emotions each character is feeling and he shows me each emotion with his own face. He doesn't love drawing and coloring, but these activities are short and sweet and just enough for him.

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S.G.
a window into what your child is emotionally processing

This is a fun way for kids to develop creativity. It also is a window into what your child is emotionally processing and create opportunity for you to bond and coach them on EQ skills. This is very good for Kindergarteners.


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