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  • C. Evans

    Emotional Intelligence: teaching an emotional vocabulary and communication

  • Annie Kohart

    Cute. Would I ever have patience to make? Yellow balloons, flour, sharpie, and yarn hair.

  • Melissa Hosein

    Repeat Crafter Me: Emotional Stress Ball Balloons

  • Kathy McCoy

    Classroom ideas / cool way to practice emotions

  • Linh Hoàng-Đỗ

    Emotional Stress Ball Balloons - for teaching emotions to ASD kids

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