Cool Down and Work Through Anger (Learning to Get Along) Paperback – 1 May 2010
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Cool Down and Work Through Anger Presents social stories that help young children learn to behave responsibly and respectfully toward themselves and others. This title contains real-life situations and exemplifies diversity. It also includes a special section for adults, with discussion questions, games, activities, and tips that reinforce the skills and ideas being taught. Full description
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I bought it as an ebook for my kindle app. Unfortunately the image spreads don't line up or cannot be viewed as a spread. This makes reading a little "bumpy" and I find myself adding a word or two to help connect some ideas more clearly.
I am impressed with this book, it will be a useful tool for me to reinforce the fact that hands are not for hitting.
and says he hates his self,i read it like a bed time story.
and also said that mummy feels like it at times to,also left the book out for others to read so they understand
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my little one really pictures himself as the little boy in the book. Lovely drawings and concepts well explained and analysed. I would definetely reccommend this!Published 5 months ago by Raffaella
My daughter loves these books, really good for talking about emotions, and learning how to deal with others with respect. A little American but I just swap some of the words.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Used as 1-1 work with children who have difficulty expressing their feelings. This book works well along side other resourcesPublished 11 months ago by Elaine Brett
The thought process and techniques are good, but its written in a way that gets lost on my kids. Not engaging and hard for kids to comprehend.Published 14 months ago by Lexington