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    Calm Down Kit - for helping kids to learn to manage their emotions. Love this

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    • Sarah Iverson

      Calm Down Kit - helps kids get control of their emotions. Great idea! sounds like a good idea for temper tantrums..

    • Daniel Randolph

      Calm Down Kit - helps kids get control of their emotions. Great idea...although for kids, I think I need this!!

    • Classroom Teaching Skills

      Calm Down Kit - helps kids get control of their emotions. Great idea! Good idea to help kids control all emotions. Sometimes school can be tough. 3365

    • Brittany Groff

      Calm Down Kit - helps kids get control of their emotions. Such a good idea for my summer camp kids!!

    • Julia Jones

      Good idea for work! Calm Down Kit - helps kids get control of their emotions. Great idea! LOVE IT

    • Sabrina Reed-Carrier

      Calm Down Kit - helps kids get control of their emotions. Great idea! Need this!

    • Kelsey Garlick

      Breathe Box/Calm Down Kit, Classroom management

    • Lesia

      Counseling ideas

    • Jessica Jones

      Calming Box

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