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Category: Social & Emotional Skills

Social & Emotional Skills

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  • Enliven and enrich any playtime – a collection of active and engaging games for children

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  • The problem with wet playtimes is that they happen haphazardly, we never know when they are going to occur and often we are completely unprepared. The aim of this book is to make sure you are prepared and that you have a wealth of ideas up your sleeve.

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  • A Box Full of Feelings is designed to support the social-emotional development of children aged two to seven. The set is built around four basic feelings happy, sad, angry and afraid. The Box contains the basic material to get children involved in more than 20 different activities, all year round.

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  • A House Full of Emotions is a proven and powerful tool to help older children name and identify feelings and how they affect their relationships with others.
    Delightfully illustrated, the activities are centred around the more advanced feelings of excited, lonely, unhappy, frightened, shy, ashamed, sad, proud, moved, in love, panicky, disappointed, furious, grateful, restless, jealous, guilty, offended, safe, happy and powerless.
    A House Full of Emotions will help children learn about cause and effect, how to interpret non-verbal behaviour and to think in a problem-solving way within a social context.

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  • A Nifflenoo Called Nevermind is story for children who bottle up their feelings. Nevermind always carries on whatever happens! Each time something horrible happens to him he just tucks his feelings away and carries on with life. Find out what happens to Nevermind and how he begins to understand that his feelings do matter, how he learns to express them and stand up for himself.

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  • A story to help children pursue their hopes and dreams. Mildred is a pea with dreams. She has great plans for her pea life. However, people are always telling her that dreams are pointless as she is just another ordinary pea. Eventually, with the help of a kind person along the way, Mildred ends up doing exactly what she has always dreamed of doing.

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  • Life story work is a term often used to describe an approach that helps looked after and adopted children to talk and learn about their life experiences with the help of a trusted adult. This book is an essential step-by-step guide for carers and professionals seeking to carry out life story work.

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  • A Wibble Called Bipley is story for children who have hardened their hearts or become bullies. Bipley is a warm cuddly creature, but someone has broken his heart. He feels so hurt that he decides it is just too painful to ever love again. When he meets some big tough Honks in the wood, they teach him how to harden his heart so that he doesn’t have to feel hurt any more. Luckily Bipley meets some creatures who teach him how he can protect himself without hardening his heart.

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  • Anger can control our lives… or we can control our anger. Our feelings are so important to our life; if we start the day feeling low we can miss vital moments and interactions. We can be ruled by our feelings, especially those we learned as young children, such as anger or rejection as well as happiness and calm. These cards depict different elements of the anger cycle. Using appropriate cards in a variety of activities discussed in the accompanying booklet will facilitate awareness of the causes of anger and help to work out ways to overcome those triggers. For use one-to-one or with small or large groups.

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  • Behaviour Blob Cards Behaviour is always in the news. Sometimes we praise people for their endeavour, their heroism and their love. Generally we complain about people for their laziness, arrogance, pettiness and bad behaviour. This book deals with this topic.

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  • A title that supplements the range of resources made available in Book 1. Following the same structure, it uses questions linked to a new range of photocopiable pictures to help you explore feelings with those who struggle to communicate about their emotions. It also includes a CD-ROM.

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  • The second edition of this bestselling title has been updated and extended with a brand-new introduction and additional Blob trees on highly topical issues to do with social and emotional wellbeing including: free speech, anxiety, smartphones and eating.

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  • This is a photocopiable collection of Blob pictures designed to promote discussion with children around a broad range of topics. Topics are organised into themes and scenarios; and each picture is accompanied by ideas and questions to kick-start class, group or one to one discussion.

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  • A set of 48 cards that carefully provides an introduction to the nature and experience of loss through bereavement. It is particularly designed to use with children who may be confronted with bereavement for the first time and have no experience or knowledge of how to understand and cope with their loss and fears.

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  • Covers all the key areas of school life so that teachers, assistants, school workers, pupils and parents can reflect upon a wide range of contexts and issues which occur throughout the school year. The book includes 47 images which can be projected upon an Interactive White Board or photocopied for whole class or small group discussion.

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  • Suitable for people to easily assess just how well the teenager is doing in their life emotionally and relationally, this book provides an opportunity for transformational conversations that will really make a difference.

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