My Big Feelings Journal: Discovering and Mastering Emotions (Lavender-Strawberry)
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My Big Feelings Journal helps children ages 5-18 learn to recognize and master their emotions. With 193 pages of guided prompts and activities, this journal is a fun and accessible way for children to develop emotional intelligence. The premium quality and embossed leatherette hardcover make this a journal that will hold up to heavy use.
Created with child development experts, My Big Feelings Journal contains sections that explore happiness, sadness, anger, anxiety, love, shame, and peace. The research-backed prompts and activities help children learn to process emotions in a healthy way.
The perfect gift for any child learning about emotions, this journal is a fun and beautiful tool that provides education and entertainment.
Cover Material: Leatherette & Linen
Page Count: 193
Paper Weight: 100 gsm
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Teach your kids from a young age how to process their emotions.
Expressive writing guards against anxiety, depression, ADD, and acting out.
Illustrations and prompts for writing and drawing provide engaging, productive quiet time for your kids.
The practice of journaling lowers your heart rate and boosts your mood.
What can you do to make someone laugh today?
When you notice someone you love is feeling sad, what do you do?
Can anger ever be a good thing? How?
Write about a time you made a mistake and learned from it.