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Brook Howell, LPC
Brook Howell, LPC • 2 years ago

Simon Says "Feelings" Play Simon says with the children substituting feeling phrases for the usual directions. For example, say: "Simon says, look happy. " In between commands you can ask them questions about those feelings, such as "What makes you feel happy?"

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