The Anger Volcano - A Book About Anger for Kids by Amanda GreensladeHelp children learn how to keep their cool.
The Anger Volcano: A Book About Anger for Kids is for children who need a little bit of inspiration to control their temper. A valuable resource for parents, counsellors, youth workers and teachers, it builds on the principles of neuroplasticity. The Anger Volcano encourages kids to use simple rhymes and exercises to train their brain, so that anger explosions can become a thing of the past.
Anger Management Lesson
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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Anger and frustration are natural parts of life. It is important for kids to develop positive strategies for anger management and how to deal with other powerful emotions early in life. Parents and teachers, like the wise bird in this book, can work with children to develop constructive techniques for how to control anger and other intense emotions.
Anger and frustration can be difficult emotions for kids to understand and manage. These remarks often come from a place of intense feelings and might be followed by hitting, kicking, or acting out in an inappropriate way. Talking to kids about these intense feelings can help, but books and stories can also let kids recognize their feelings and help them understand appropriate ways to respond in times of anger or frustration. Matt is justifiably mad. This book is a little like a self-help book for kids about how to handle anger.
This latest list of books about feelings is all about those emotions that make steam rise from the top of our heads. These are picture books about anger, frustrations, general crankiness and grumpy no-can-do attitudes. Books are a good way to allow kids to think about different ways they can handle their negative feelings, even if it is just to acknowledge them for what they are which in my experience is quite effective!
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Books to Help Kids Learn About Anger
Small children can have very big emotions. These emotions can feel overwhelming, frustrating and even scary for them.
All of us get angry sometimes—and our kiddos are no different. These picture books are perfect to read together as a family as a jumping-off point for a discussion about how although everyone gets upset from time to time, there are many things we can do to help us calm down. Add to Bag. The Way I Feel , by Janan Cain All types of feelings, from happy to sad, angry to proud, are depicted in this picture book, making it a great tool for reminding little ones that a wide range of feelings, including anger, are a normal part of our emotions—not necessarily bad, or good, but simply part of life. It can also help with teaching your child to recognize and name some of the many different kinds of feelings they have. How will she handle it?