New Baby/Sibling Family Changes Workbook for early Elementary School Counseling

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Counselor Keri
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This was a great resource for a student who is expecting a baby brother or sister. It helps them process their feelings and realize that they are important!


This workbook printable is for elementary-aged students whose families are expecting a new baby! Use this as a workbook in individual student counseling, or send it home for students to complete with their families! Each page includes a brief writing prompt for students to express their feelings about the new baby, expected changes, ways they feel loved, and methods of expressing their feelings. Workbook includes a list of feeling words to help students label their feelings! 15 pages of brief writing prompts/picture prompts included. Color and black and white option included!

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