How are you Feeling Today? by Molly Potter is a children’s self help book. It helps children to understand their feelings and deal with them in a positive manner.
As children grow up, they go through a lot of changes emotionally. These emotions need to be checked and dealt with. For this, children need proper guidance and a positive outlet. This book caters to that need. Not only is this book beautifully illustrated but is extremely organized and structured. Each emotion finds place in different parts of the book. Kids can identify what they’re feeling and turn to that page for easy answers on how to deal with it.
There are helpful suggestions and activities that children can engage themselves with. By performing these, they will be able to comprehend their emotions better. They will learn how to process these emotions without my struggling. Children at this age should be encouraged to face their feelings.
How are you Feeling Today? also provides parents with healthy tips and interactive activity sessions that they can take up with their children. This helps children communicate better with their parents and appreciate them. It also makes them more cooperative.
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How are you Feeling Today?
We all experience emotions and emotions are absolutely fine as long as we know what to do with them.Feelings arrive effortlessly enough but deciding what to do with them when they turn isn’t so easy – especially when you are a child. Cue: this book! it provides children with several straightforward, entertaining and appropriate interactive ideas to help them deal with a selection of significant emotions.
A great dip-in book where children can choose a feeling that relates to them and then turn to the page that provides child-friendly strategies for dealing with that feeling. Helpful parent notes at the back of the book provide more ideas for parents to use with their child and other strategies to try out together and practice the all important skill of dealing with feelings.
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