"What to do when" problem solving card tins​     ($12)

Help children experience school success by exploring strategies to deal with common school struggles such as dealing with anger and how to make better grades.  Each decorative card tin measures 3.75" x 2.5" and contains 20 solution focused ideas on individual cards as well as directions for how to use the cards.  

"How are You Feeling?" Boards     ($30)

Help children identify their feelings by placing one of six wooden feeling faces on the handmade decorative board.  Feeling faces have velcro backing making it easy and fun to talk about different feelings.  Great for helping children identify and understand their feelings and for starting discussions about issues and concerns. Works with adults too!  Boards are 10" x 10" and wooden feeling faces are multi-cultural.

Counseling Materials

Mini Dry-Erase Boards with Velcro Feelings​     ($16)

Want to help children identify and talk about their feelings?  Have the child pick one of the six hand-made multi-cultural wooden feeling faces with velcro backing to put on the dry erase board.  Then the child can descibe, draw, or write his or her thoughts about the feeling.  Works with adults too! Dry erase boards are 8.75" x 3" and come with 6 mini wooden feeling faces, black dry erase marker, and mini dry eraser.

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Feeling Face magnet set​     ($10)

Have fun using these colorful feeling face magnets while talking to children about their feelings.  Hand painted wooden magnets come in a cute metal tin with a clear top. Tin measures 3.5" x 5.5".

​"Feeling Fixers" flip charts     ($18)

Help children learn how to deal with their feelings at school with these colorful and fun to use flip charts.  These four, durable and sturdy boards measure individually at 3.5" x 4" and are connected with a jump ring.  Each colorful "feeling fixer" has a feeling on the top board with strategies for how to appropriately deal with that feeling on the bottom board.  There are four feelings in each set:  angry, happy, worried, and sad.