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Children"s emotional needs.

Children"s emotional needs.

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Published by Spastics Society, Westminster College in London, Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesSpecial issues in primary education -- no. 1, October 1991
ContributionsSpastics Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination20p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15491281M

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Books can be a great tool for connecting and empathizing with all kinds of different emotions. As you read these stories, both picture books and chapter books, talk about the feelings of the characters. Model curiosity. Listen. See what new emotional intelligence lessons these books can teach you and your children. Books About Feeling All Your.   Sometimes kids need a safe place to go in the classroom when they are feeling strong emotions or just need a break. Set up an area where kids can calm down, redirect their energy, and find their focus again. Stock this space with a comfy place to sit, stuffed animals, books, and perhaps some of the items listed below. Put together a calm-down kit.

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