ME! Cards . Printable PDF . GOOD PUPPY Children Behavioral & Emotional System

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ME! Cards . Printable PDF . GOOD PUPPY Children Behavioral & Emotional System

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GOOD PUPPY ME! Cards give children a voice and an empathetic aid to know themselves a little better, to help them identify their own basic needs in order to communicate them correctly. The cards teach children to think for themselves, to figure out what they need before asking for attention. This clarity in communication gives children a higher chance of fulfilling their needs, allows adults to understand them better and eliminates a lot of negative situations. The perfect tool to pull out when a child starts feeling annoyed and he’s not sure why; these empathetic images serve as a translator, helping the child visualize his needs with a familiar tool and their adorable super sidekick.

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INTROVERTS learn to ask for what they need, instead of patiently waiting for it to come to them. Empathetic illustrations assure introverted children that it is okay to ask for any of this.

EXTROVERTS learn to think before asking for attention, as they practice thinking before speaking. Also, being consciously aware of their needs helps extroverted children satisfy their urgency for immediate gratification.
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To familiarize children with this tool, go over each card’s meaning until all nine are clear to them. Test them throughout the day and prompt children to keep their GOOD PUPPY ME! Cards close by and to use them whenever they need something.

To build this tool, print both sides of your GOOD PUPPY ME! Cards and laminate them for longer durability. Then cut them and put Roger to the test!


The GOOD PUPPY Children Behavioral & Emotional System helps parents, teachers and therapists in the management of children’s behavior. The system's empathetic design makes it easy for children to understand from a very young age, and inclusive of those suffering from dyslexia, color blindness and some dissociative disorders. The system's structure provides children with the security they seek to build self-esteem and eradicate negative behaviors with a simple question: What’s Your Puppy


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