This wonderful hardcover book has 60+ definitions for emotions and ways kids (and adults) feel and react to things happening in their world. The 140 plus pages help children recognise and label emotions.
This emotions dictionary is all about helping children find the words for how they truly feel. Learning to recognise and label our emotions correctly is such an important skill for life. It helps people deal with the way they are feeling.
This book packed with delightful illustrations and wise words to help build emotional literacy. They learn that it's OK to feel sad, scared, frustrated and it can help them understand why they are feeling the way they do. It can also help them celebrate when they feel joy, confidence and acceptance.
Rebekah Lipp author of the best sellers 'Aroha's Way' and 'Let It Go' has created this incredible resource that helps all parents when their child is experiencing new and confusing emotions. This book will be treasured for generations and is a true gift to all those struggling to navigate big feelings. Go to the Wilding Books website to download a free How Do I Feel worksheet to go with the book
This book can be used with children from 5 years of age up to 100+ as everyone might get something from the book.
And now there is a boxed set of How Do You Feel cards, based on the book.
With an illustration of the emotion on one side and the name and definition on the other side, these cards will be a helpful tool for any parent or teacher wishing to help expand emotional literacy in children. Use these cards to start conversations about different emotions.
This stunning boxed card set will help our children learn to recognise and label emotions and feelings. There are 65 cards in the box.
This card set can be used with children from 2 years of age up.
The box measures 12 x 16 x 4cms