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Support your child through big feelings and nurture their emotional development with My REALLY Angry Book. Anger is a very normal emotion, but one that can easily overwhelm children and lead to low self esteem. We know how important it is for you to feel empowered in supporting your child with challenging emotions. This A5 anger activity workbook encourages conversations between you and your child to help them learn about why everyone experiences anger, their own triggers and how to manage it. Identifying feelings and writing or drawing about them, can help children process and manage their big feelings.
My REALLY angry book is a space for children of approx 6-16 years old to develop emotional intelligence.
It features activities including:
- describing anger
- identifying physical responses to anger
- identifying anger triggers
- identifying hidden feelings that lead to anger
-identifying in appropriate angry 'actions' and finding calming tecnhiques
-turning negative thoughts associated with anger into positive ones
- creating anger action plans
After the activities, the notebook contains free space for children to express their anger in healthy ways through writing, drawing or doodling. The book encourages children to use the space as a calming technique to prevent angry outbursts or as a reflective space of their own.
The notebook is made from 120gsm uncoated FSC quality paper, 300gsm silk FSC card and wire binding. It is A5 in size.
- 300gsm silk card covers
- 120gsm FSC paper
- Wire binding
- A5 size
- Suitable for children 6 years up to approx 16 years
- Shipped within approx 2 business days
My REALLY angry book for general use and guidance only. It does not in anyway replace the advice and help of a medical professional or therapist. Please, always see your medical provider if you have concerns about your child's mental health.