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    Our Emotions and Behaviour 9 Book Series

    Author: Sue Graves
    ISBN: 9781445165868
    A series that introduces young children to different emotions and aspects of behaviour, through a fictional story appropriate for the age group. It is perfect for sharing with children to identify and discuss their emotions, boost their confidence and help with social and emotional development.
    R349,00
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    This series introduces young children to different aspects of our emotions and behaviour. In each book, a fictional story is backed up by suggestions for activities and ideas to talk about, while a wordless storyboard encourages children to tell another story.. Supports the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Area of Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. For children aged 3-5.

     

    But Why Can't l? A Book about rules

    George thinks rules are silly. When Jenny comes to babysit, George refuses to keep to the rules. But that makes playing dangerous and not fun at all! Can George learn why rules are important?

     

    I'm Not Happy - A book about feeling sad

    Ben's friends aren't happy. Amir has broken his best truck. Mick took Tim's football without asking, and Molly has lost her dog. How can Ben make his friends feel better?

     

    Not Fair, Won't Share - A book about sharing

    Miss Clover has made a space station. Posy, Ben and Alfie must take turns to play with it. But Posy doesn't want to share, and everyone gets cross. Can the children learn to enjoy it together?

     

    I Don't Want to Play Nicely: A book about being kind

    Finn struggles with caring for other children at school. He can be selfish and he often plays too aggressively. When the other children complain, Mr Hare has an idea. He chooses Finn as the buddy for Jake, a new boy at school. However, Finn does not help Jake, and the other children become really upset with Finn for being so unkind. Finn is soon left out by the other children and is left feeling miserable and lonely. Can Mr Hare help Finn find a way to make it all better?

     

    I Hate Everything! : A book about feeling angry

    Sam is having a bad day and nothing is going right. Dad is too busy to play with him, he doesn't like his lunch and he doesn't enjoy Archie's party. Can Aunt Jen help him to stop feeling so angry?

     

    But What If? A book about feeling worried

    Daisy is moving to a new house and a new school. She is worried. What if she doesn't like her new neighbours or teacher? What if her cat runs away? Can Grandpa help her feel less worried?

     

    I Didn't Do It!: A book about telling the truth

    Poppy doesn't always tell the truth at home. She doesn't always tell the truth at school either. Now she's getting other children into trouble. Can she learn that it's better to own up than to tell a lie?

     

    Take a Deep Breath: A book about being brave

    Josh doesn't like people looking at him and he's in the school play! Can Miss Button help him to be brave? And can Miss Button be brave when she is faced by something she doesn't like?

     

    I Want to Win! A book about being a good sport

    Bella always needs to win - no matter what. She gets really cross if she is beaten at any game, and she is never gracious in defeat. If she isn't winning, she would rather give up than carry on trying. When Bella struggles in the den-building competition, she would much rather give up and not take part. But can she learn to keep going and do her best, and be a good sport to the winner?

    This series introduces young children to different aspects of our emotions and behaviour. In each book, a fictional story is backed up by suggestions for activities and ideas to talk about, while a wordless storyboard encourages children to tell another story.. Supports the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Area of Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. For children aged 3-5.

     

    But Why Can't l? A Book about rules

    George thinks rules are silly. When Jenny comes to babysit, George refuses to keep to the rules. But that makes playing dangerous and not fun at all! Can George learn why rules are important?

     

    I'm Not Happy - A book about feeling sad

    Ben's friends aren't happy. Amir has broken his best truck. Mick took Tim's football without asking, and Molly has lost her dog. How can Ben make his friends feel better?

     

    Not Fair, Won't Share - A book about sharing

    Miss Clover has made a space station. Posy, Ben and Alfie must take turns to play with it. But Posy doesn't want to share, and everyone gets cross. Can the children learn to enjoy it together?

     

    I Don't Want to Play Nicely: A book about being kind

    Finn struggles with caring for other children at school. He can be selfish and he often plays too aggressively. When the other children complain, Mr Hare has an idea. He chooses Finn as the buddy for Jake, a new boy at school. However, Finn does not help Jake, and the other children become really upset with Finn for being so unkind. Finn is soon left out by the other children and is left feeling miserable and lonely. Can Mr Hare help Finn find a way to make it all better?

     

    I Hate Everything! : A book about feeling angry

    Sam is having a bad day and nothing is going right. Dad is too busy to play with him, he doesn't like his lunch and he doesn't enjoy Archie's party. Can Aunt Jen help him to stop feeling so angry?

     

    But What If? A book about feeling worried

    Daisy is moving to a new house and a new school. She is worried. What if she doesn't like her new neighbours or teacher? What if her cat runs away? Can Grandpa help her feel less worried?

     

    I Didn't Do It!: A book about telling the truth

    Poppy doesn't always tell the truth at home. She doesn't always tell the truth at school either. Now she's getting other children into trouble. Can she learn that it's better to own up than to tell a lie?

     

    Take a Deep Breath: A book about being brave

    Josh doesn't like people looking at him and he's in the school play! Can Miss Button help him to be brave? And can Miss Button be brave when she is faced by something she doesn't like?

     

    I Want to Win! A book about being a good sport

    Bella always needs to win - no matter what. She gets really cross if she is beaten at any game, and she is never gracious in defeat. If she isn't winning, she would rather give up than carry on trying. When Bella struggles in the den-building competition, she would much rather give up and not take part. But can she learn to keep going and do her best, and be a good sport to the winner?

    Products specifications
    ISBN13 9781445165868
    Contributor Sue Graves
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