Rebecca Harris

Rebecca Harris

Rebecca Harris
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Little Fun; Little Learning: Song: Look Who Came to School Today

Miscellaneous (Community Building): Morning meeting song - "Look who came to school today" sang to tune of "Here we go round the mulberry bush", to encourage peer interaction.

When My Worries Get Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety

Fishpond Australia, When My Worries Get Too Big!: A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety by Kari Dunn Buron. Buy Books online: When My Worries Get Too Big!: A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety, ISBN Kari Dunn Buron

Emotion Pebbles: These tactile stones are engraved with faces showing 12 different emotions. Durable for use in sand and water and outdoors allows children to explore emotions across diverse environments. : Happy, sad, angry, frightened, worried, surprised, confused, bored, calm, proud, shy and embarrassed : Set of 12 : L 45mm

Emotion Pebbles - These tactile stones are engraved with faces showing 12 different emotions. Durable for use in sand and water and outdoors allows children to explore emotions across diverse environments.

Make a feelings Thermometer to help children label emotions

I’ve come up with a little trick to get myself through my two-year-old’s tantrumming. Right when she gets to the part where she hurls herself to the ground .

A really nice book for PSED on how each and everyone of us is special.

A really nice book for PSED on how each and everyone of us is special.

I should tell this to my P.S.H.E teacher, Miss Mercer

The Crumpled Paper Lesson and Bullying from Happy Children and Families. Example to teach kids lasting impact and scars of unkind words & actions. Like the love heart ripping exercise

Just seen this anger management tool in action: a simple plastic jar with water, food colouring and glitter! The [3yo] boy felt angry, found his jar, shook it and visibly calmed down as he watched the swirling glitter!

Just seen this anger management tool in action: a simple plastic jar with water, food colouring and glitter! The boy felt angry, found his jar, shook it and visibly calmed down as he watched the swirling glitter!