“When I’m Feeling ANGRY” is a child-friendly guide to understanding and managing anger. It uses simple language to help children identify and express anger while providing guidance on healthy coping strategies.
The resource describes anger as a “boiling hot volcano” in the tummy and vividly illustrates the physical and emotional aspects of anger. It acknowledges that everyone gets angry and validates these feelings as normal.
It emphasises the importance of not hurting others when angry and suggests self-soothing strategies like deep breaths and talking to someone who cares.
Background notes for parents stress the significance of building healthy self-esteem in children and teaching them that feeling angry is normal.
Overall, this resource effectively communicates essential concepts about anger to children in a clear, supportive manner, aligning with the needs of professionals and families seeking resources for children’s emotional well-being.
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