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Children will learn why they feel happy, sad, angry, and proud in this colorful collection of illustrated books. This bright box set includes five boa... [Read More]
Children will learn why they feel happy, sad, angry, and proud in this colorful collection of illustrated books. This bright box set includes five board books: How Do I Feel?, I Feel Happy, I Feel Angry, I Feel Sad, and I Feel Proud. It is often difficult for children to articulate their emotions and to understand why they act the way they do. Each book in this set covers a different emotion that little ones feel on a regular basis, but might not fully understand or know how to deal with. In I Feel Angry, young children will learn the best way to deal with angry feelings, and what happens in the body when we get angry. I Feel Proud encourages kids to reflect on what makes them feel proud, and why it's important to have pride in themselves. Fun characters illustrate each emotion, from a little teardrop representing Sadness to a smiling sun for Happiness, and simple text is ideal for reading aloud. This collection of board books is the ideal gift for every young child, and makes a stylish addition to any bookshelf.
How are you feeling today? Being able to ask and answer this question is a key stage in children’s development and essential for maintaining goo... [Read More]
How are you feeling today? Being able to ask and answer this question is a key stage in children’s development and essential for maintaining good relationships with friends and family, effective learning, and good mental health. This fun, friendly and reassuring introduction is designed to help young children recognise, understand and name different feelings and learn to talk about and manage them in helpful ways. Helps build children’s self-esteem as they develop emotional intelligence and empathy by recognising and responding appropriately to their own and other people’s feelings. Helps children with the personal, social and emotional development goals of the Early Years curriculum. Notes for parents on the importance of emotional intelligence and tips on how they can help young children manage their emotions to become more resilient in the face of stress and anxiety.
There are all kinds of feelings. We can feel happy and sad, excited and disappointed, worried, angry, curious, and calm. Our feelings change, often se... [Read More]
There are all kinds of feelings. We can feel happy and sad, excited and disappointed, worried, angry, curious, and calm. Our feelings change, often several times in one day. When we understand our feelings, it helps us understand how other people are feeling, too. How are you feeling today?
Children sometimes find it hard to follow rules. This encouraging book joins Noah and his babysitter, Jenny, who shows him how rules help keep people ... [Read More]
Children sometimes find it hard to follow rules. This encouraging book joins Noah and his babysitter, Jenny, who shows him how rules help keep people safe, healthy and happy. Part of Free Spirit's new series of Our Emotions and Behavior books, But Why Can't I? explores these feelings using simple text, cheerful illustrations, and a light touch of humor. When Jenny comes over to babysit, Noah doesn't want to do what she says. Rules for games, rules for bedtime - rules, rules, rules! But Jenny helps him understand that adults have to follow rules as well as kids, and rules help keep everybody safe, healthy, and happy. Following the story, a series of pictures invites children to tell a story in their own words about following rules. A section for adults suggests ideas for talking with kids about why rules are important, and gently presents positive coping skills for children when it comes to dealing with their emotions. Ideal for home and K-3 classroom settings. "The Our Emotions and Behavior series offer[s] young children and their caregivers help with hard-to-manage feelings and inappropriate actions . . . The simple texts are direct, and the endings are consistently upbeat . . . These purposeful books will be useful in many libraries". -- Booklist