Having a tanty? Chucking your toys out of the cot? Throwing a wobbly? These are just some of the phrases we use to describe having a tantrum. While it is easy to make fun of such an event, it represents emotional turmoil - or a feelings storm - happening within. This book describes feelings that create these storms and offers children a range of proven techniques to help calm the storm inside them - such as: breathing activities, physical activities, sensory play, imaginative or creative thinking, positive self-talk and mindfulness.
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Moroney, Trace, 1965-
My calm me down book / Trace Moroney.
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Calm me down
Fitzroy, Vic. : Five Mile, 2020.
1 volume of unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 25 cm.
Temper tantrums in children--Pictorial works--Juvenile fiction.
Calmness--Pictorial works--Juvenile fiction.
Emotions--Pictorial works--Juvenile fiction.
Children's stories--Pictorial works.
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