This book presents a clear and effective approach to helping children and adults alike understand and deal constructively with children's anger. The book offers engaging, well-organised activities which help to overcome the fear of children's anger which many adult care-givers experience, and distinguishes between anger the feeling, and violence the behaviour. Primarily created for ages 6 to thirteen, it is accessible for use in class or at home.
This book is an excellent aid for Counsellors,Teachers and others involved with managing anger in children.
There are interactive stories, worksheets, e.g. Bottling up anger - which has an illustration of a bottle with items inside to colour and write who or what children may be angry about. There are also wordsearches for older children. A whole variety of interesting, interactive ways to engage and help children to understand and work on their anger.'
`I have used this book extensively since purchasing it, with individuals as a School Counsellor, and also with small groups of children.
It has been extremely useful in generating discussion amongst children and is a simple and effective way to engage them in addressing their anger issues.`
`This book is full of ideas for helping children to understand their emotions and behaviours. It is very reader friendly and the pages are photocopiable. Some exercises are for groups some for one to one work. A great resource for people working with children aged 6 years up. Also for parents'