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Dealing with Feelings

by Nicola Call & Sally Featherstone

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Gregory’s Grumpy Day


It’s My Turn



My Best Friend



My Big Brother



What Natasha Can Do

  Format: hardback
Pages: 24 each

Each of the simple stories in the Dealing with Feelings series, beautifully illustrated by Melissa Four, explores a familiar childhood experience. These stories help children to process and understand a variety of emotions, while helpful tips at the back of the book suggest ways for parents and practitioners to build on the understanding in many creative and fun ways.

The Dealing with Feelings series teaches positive behaviour and promotes personal, social, emotional skills. Developed and written by experts and supported by research, each book includes additional notes and tips to help teachers, practitioners and parents reinforce the lessons children are learning through the simple stories.

Gregory’s Grumpy Day

Gregory is having a bad day. It’s raining and he can’t go outside to play. He falls and hurts his knee, Marta breaks his pterodactyl, and there’s no red apple left for his snack. Nothing is going right… until the sun comes out. Maybe Gregory will have some fun today, after all!
 
It’s My Turn

Natasha is good at taking turns. TJ isn’t! Natasha waits for her turn to wash her hands. TJ doesn’t. She waits to speak to Grandma. TJ doesn’t. She waits for her turn in games. TJ doesn’t. However, there is one thing Natasha doesn’t want to wait for – goodnight kisses!
 
My Best Friend

Molly and Sunita are playgroup friends who spend time together every day, playing, talking, and learning about getting on with each other. Their relationship is generally good but even the best of friends sometimes fall out or feel grumpy! Molly is learning that Sunita has moods and feelings, but these will not get in the way of true friendship.
 
My Big Brother

This story explores how it feels to be a younger sibling. Gregory notices that in many situations, his big brother Derek can achieve more ­ he can score more goals, reach higher, and ride his bike faster.
 
What Natasha Can Do

This story celebrates the many things that a young child can do independently. Natasha is very proud of her self-help skills. She can pour her own drink, wash her hands, dress herself, and even get her own breakfast.

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