emotion For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 15 books about emotion for kids.Hope you will like these books.
I bought this for my 19 month old who has started having tantrums sometimes. He's too young to understand it properly yet, but the tips at the back for parents are useful and he enjoys flicking through it looking at the pictures. As he gets a bit older I feel that the idea of doing a breathing exerc......[Read More]
Elementary school counselor looking for books to use as part of my counselor intro lesson for kinder/first grade, and I've been a fan of Todd Parr since I found out about him a few years ago. Fun, colorful, and engaging book to read to kids (of all ages, really) about fe......[Read More]
This is a great introduction to feelings for children. They may know the words happy, sad, and angry but what do they mean? This book helps to explain what these emotions are.
Text: 1 starIllustrations: 4 starsLove the collage-y illustrations of this picture book, but the text has some troubling issues. While it is vital to teach children to identify their emotions, it is just as important to help them understand that it is normal to feel more than one single emotion at a......[Read More]
Great book for teaching young children how to deal with anger and tantrums. My students loved it!
Controlling anger book!A little Spot of Anger by Diane Albee is a terrific book showing the child ways to control anger. Also times when they might get angry. Easy and helpful method!
This is a wonderful book for parents and preschoolers for understanding emotions. The book breaks down the four main emotions; happiness, sadness, anger and fear. It talks about what our body is going through when we experience these emotions and what might be triggering us to feel this way. Wonderf......[Read More]
First sentence: Look at the happy baby. Can you make a happy face? Find the happy baby! Look at the sad baby. Can you make a sad face? Find the sad baby!Premise/plot: Making Faces is a concept board book. The concept being taught is emotions. The emotions explored are 'happy,' 'sad,' 'angry,' 'surpr......[Read More]
I loved this one even though I can't do the faces yet. I just like looking at other babies, especially ones older than me.[Read More]
A board book about recognizing and understanding emotions. “Sometimes I feel up and down . . . and up again— all in one day!” This reassuring book helps young children identify and understand emotions in terms of up feelings (like happy and loved) and down feelings (like sad and af......[Read More]
This is a cute companion book to this great movie. It has the perspective of each emotion telling the same story. Some parts were a bit...meh. Like, writers, do not write "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH" he screamed. But this was only in Joy's section. Joy is a bit too perky, but she learns to value Sadness as her......[Read More]
I think this is a great book - with an inappropriate cover. To me, the cover makes it look like it's geared toward elementary school kids. Once I read it, it seems more appropriate to middle school kids - it refers to seeing someone you "like" and people "breaking up" with people...activities that a......[Read More]
This is a book about being angry and what to do to calm down.[Read More]
I picked this book up because I have sensory processing issues myself, and I was curious how it can be treated in children. This ended up being more of a manual for people who work with children rather than a nonfiction book, so I didn't read the whole thing. But it's very nicely designed, laid out,......[Read More]
This book has all the feels! Well, a lot of them anyway. If I had a kidlet this is the book I’d be choosing to explore feelings with them to help them distinguish one from another. I love that there’s no judgement about having a specific feeling and that no feeling is labelled either good or bad. Ta......[Read More]