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Teach kids to identify feelings and cope with emotions

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Skip the Tantrum

Kids' moods can change very quickly. One minute they're happy; the next they're bored or sad.

​​My Moods, My Choices products help start conversations with kids about their feelings and the positive choices they can make.

What Parents & Professionals Say

As the mother of a child with delayed speech development, the My Moods, My Choices flipbook has been invaluable in preventing numerous tantrums and parental frustrations by allowing my son to identify and communicate his feelings through pictures. He loves the cartoon characters, and I love the suggestions for activities that help to keep both of us happy. I would highly recommend this product! — Sara Janos, MD
My daughter loves the My Moods My Choices flipbook! It has helped her to be more in touch with how she is feeling and make better choices. The characters have become her friends! I would recommend this flip chart to anyone with kids! — Mary Shannon
Love this flipbook. I think that this helps every parent or teacher dealing with a special needs child or child with emotional issues. It is actually the first product I have found that is a visual aid for the child to refer to with pictures and suggestions on how to cope with different situations. This is a high quality easy to use flipbook made to last for years to come. — Franklin C.

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