In My Heart: A Book of Feelings (Growing Hearts)
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In a helpful counterpoint to the many stories about sibling displacement, Witek and Roussey introduce a girl who’s thrilled about her soon-to-be-sibling. “You’re in there and I’m out here.... I’m Continue reading » When thinking about children´s emotions we mustn’t forget personal autonomy skills. These are what will allow children to manage their lives for themselves. A child has to know how to highlight their good points and identify those they need to improve. In addition, they have to know how to pamper, love and take care of themselves.
In My Heart: A Book of Feelings by Jo Witek, Christine In My Heart: A Book of Feelings by Jo Witek, Christine
You don't have permission to access "http://www.target.com.au/p/in-my-heart-a-book-of-feelings-jo-witek/62474672" on this server. Jo Witek is the author of the Growing Hearts series, including In My Heart, Hello in There!, Brave as Can Be, All My Treasures, In My Room, With My Daddy, My Little Gifts, and My Tree and Me. She lives in France. When it’s time for a bit of fun, my heart feels full of giggles and wiggles. Abracadabra! I hop around like a bouncy bunny. This is when my heart is silly.”What an epic depiction of the layered complexity emotion gives us humans. Fantastically done. A must read for all people big and small, old and young. Grazie alle illustrazioni che accompagnano la lettura, basta sfogliare il libro per vedere il cuore della piccola bambina protagonista, cambiare colore e passare da un’emozione a un’altra. Other indispensable skills linked to children’s emotions are those that allow children to relate to other people and strengthen their self-esteem. Children must know that they have the right to say no when they don’t like something, that it is not good to spread rumors, and that they must always try to put themselves in the other person’s shoes.
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Our moods and hearts can change from one moment to the next. This beautiful book shows that in more ways than one. That is why diaries, memory boxes, and praise games are so useful, and many would say vital. These help children learn to respect themselves and understand why friendship is like a flower that should be taken care of by both parties.Exploring your mindBlog about psychology and philosophy. Articles and opinions on happiness, fear and other aspects of human psychology. Jo Witek is the author of Hello in There! She is an author, journalist, and screenwriter who has published several books in France. She lives in Hérault, France. Starring the same little girl in the same charming illustration style as Hello In There!, In My Heart explores emotions--happiness, sadness, bravery, anger, shyness and more. Unlike other feelings books that tend to oversimplify, In My Heart lyrically explains what an emotion feels like, physically, inside. For example: "When I get really angry, my heart feels like it's going to explode! Don't come near me! My heart is yelling, hot and loud. This is when my heart is mad." Toddlers will be empowered by this new vocabulary and able to practice articulating and identifying their own emotions. On the cover and the right side of each spread, a die-cut heart decreases in size, creating a multi-coloured heart the depth of the entire book.