Games and Activities for Exploring Feelings with Children

Giving Children the Confidence to Navigate Emotions and Friendships

This is a fun, imaginative and creative resource designed to help children aged 7--13 get thinking and talking about their feelings and the issues that affect their lives.

It is packed full with games and activities that help children explore their emotions and express themselves positively. Activities surrounding issues such as peer relationships and friendships, bullying, offending, participation and citizenship are designed to build self-esteem, raise aspirations and increase motivation. They will also enhance emotional well-being and develop protective behaviours, encouraging children to speak out rather than act out, and helping to keep them safe and happy.

This is an ideal resource for all those working with children and looking for new and exciting ideas for games and activities, including teachers, youth workers, social workers and counsellors.
$28.95
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Play Therapy

This interesting resource book, written by a qualified teacher and social worker, contains 45 activities exploring feelings with children and young people. Sections cover: Making the Rules; Getting to Know Each Other; Expressing Yourself; Making Friends; and Endings. There are useful resources such as a parent/guardian consent form and ideas for group rules and antioppressive practice. Many of the activities include pages that can be photocopied (indicated by a tick mark in the top corner). Fun activities include My Home, Feeling Valued, Follow the Crowd and Jealousy Bag. Each activity is clearly explained, with sections covering the aim, what is needed and how to do it.

Youth in Mind

This book is full of ideas for games and activities that can be used with individuals or groups to facilitate emotional expression and/or socialization as well as promoting self-esteem. It could be successfully used for PSHE or circle time by teachers, but is also likely to be useful for other professionals e.eg. youth workers, counselors.

National Centre for Guidance in Education, Ireland.

The book outlines a programme of games, activities and worksheets. The programme consists of five themes: · Making the Rules · Getting to Know Each Other · Expressing Yourself · Making Friends · Endings ... what makes this book useful is that these resources are accompanied by a clear aim and methodology for using each resource, almost akin to a lesson plan.

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