Hiedi France

April 26th, 2021

Hiedi France, Ed.D., is a school psychologist and author who has devoted her career to helping children succeed. She is also the founder of Behavior Savers which makes easy to use social emotional resources for educators, therapists, and parents.

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Feeling Flip Book

When you’re a child life can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re navigating friendship, school, personal activities, family changes, and other learning challenges. That’s why it’s important for parents and teachers to understand how to help growing kids find emotional balance when they need it most. We created the Feelings & Choices flipbook with a colorful, engaging feelings chart and emotion-based style flash cards alternative to help them better understand how they feel in different situations, how to interpret those feelings and emotions, and how to make positive decisions going forward. Product Details: – Fun, Colorful, and Engaging Flipbook – Feelings Chart and Emotion Flash Cards Style Pages – 6 Coping Strategies per Emotion (40+ in Total) – 28 Different Emotions – Color-Coded Cues – Classroom-Ready Learning – Pairs with Zones of Regulation – Great for Kids of All Ages

Why We Love It:

  • Covers 28 different emotions. Each page helps students to recognize, name, and identify appropriate coping skills to use.
  • Emotions are color coded and follow the Zones of Regulation curriculum materials. This is so helpful so that students don’t get confused!
  • Great recommendation to parents to also use this at home. I could just send the link as a recommendation.
  • Great for kids with no or low reading skills. The pictures are engaging for young and even older elementary students.

How to Use It:

We put this in the class or individual student calming area. This helps them to tell the teacher or support staff how they were feeling. The coping skills on the back side also helps the student to pick one strategy they are willing to do to deal with the emotion. We even used post it notes to write additional strategies or cover options that were not immediately available.

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