Your kids have big feelings just like everyone else but may not have the vocabulary to describe their feelings. You can help your children identify their feelings by making a guess at how they are feeling. For example you might say, "I can see by the way you are stomping your feet that you are really mad." If you guess wrong, they will correct you.
Being aware of their feelings provides your kids with lots of useful information. You can print this free feelings chart to help your children identify some basic feelings:
Helping Kids Identify Their Hot Feelings
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