GOOD PUPPY’s adaptation of Carl Jung’s twelve archetypes of ego, self and soul, help children, parents and teachers find themselves within the spectrum of personalities. Although most people will identify with more than one archetype, they will find that most of the archetypes they identify with are either on the left, the extroverts’ side, or on the right, the introverts’ side, identifying them with that personality. While many people are aware of their own personality type, maybe even of their couples’ and child’s, they may not be consciously aware of their conflict when it comes to needs, limitations and expectations. The GOOD PUPPY Personality Chart helps understanding and improves communication. A great tool to keep in mind when choosing activities for children.
To familiarize children with this tool, introduce the GOOD PUPPY Personality Chart and have children study it while you read it. Go over the list on the backside to determine everyone’s personality types. Find examples that show the pronounced differences between personalities and explore children’s likes and dislikes through questions and conversation. Once everyone’s personalities have been determined, you’re ready to implement the GOOD PUPPY Personality Cards.
To build this tool, print both sides of your GOOD PUPPY Personality Chart and laminate it for longer durability.