Use these “letters” as a way to talk about feelings and problem solving that allows situations to be distant from the child. They can be used one on one as conversation starters, as journaling prompts, as group discussion or with families to see if they would answer similarly.
When situations are not directly related to the child they are often able to identify the skills they need to use to make good choices. If they are unable to identify problem solving skills it gives a chance for the adult to identify ways to solve problems.
NOTE: Some of the “letters” have more mature content than others. Please review the “letters” ahead of time to identify if they would be appropriate for the children you work with.
There is one set with a colored background and a second set with black and white.