Anger Management Workbook for Kids: 50 Fun Activities to Help Children Stay Calm and Make Better Choices When They Feel Mad Spiral-bound – November 27, 2018
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Personally I think the book looks super cool, fun to work through and very colorful and kid friendly. Great teacher about anger and even explains it in a biological way
Some representative examples of the sections include: What Else Can Anger Be, with corresponding exercises on getting to know fear, sadness, and disappointment; and Who Makes Me Feel Angry, with four sections that include When Things Get Hard at Home, and Conflicts at School.
Parents who purchase this book may find it provides insights into situations they are seeing at home. In some cases, simply being able to recognize the issue(s) is useful and act upon it may be enough, but in other cases the questions may help to highlight an underlying cause or to suggest a situation is escalating and professional help would be useful. Any tool that helps adults support a child’s emotional development is useful, provided it is adapted to individual cases. Author Samantha Snowden has a master’s degree in clinical and educational psychology and extensive experience.
I actually thought this book was for the parents, comes to find out its for your child.
I absolutely don’t understand why ‘anger management’ is written big fat on it. I realized my kids (all three of them) thought it was a little to ‘harsh’ and ‘too serious’.
My son completed some of the activities but found them ‘stupid’ (his words, not mine)
There were questions like: name your anger or how does your anger smell like. My son is very mature so it might be just him. I am looking for different books but we will still complete some of the activities.