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Understanding Feelings and Emotions

Please use the dropdowns below to find information regarding understanding feelings and emotions.

Tips for Toddlers

Support for families of primary aged children 5-11 years

Support for families of primary aged children 5-11 years

  • How we encourage and support children to recognise and talk about their feelings and emotions

  • An activity to demonstrate how they may feel when they are happy, sad, angry or worried.

  • Talking about feeling angry, it is ok.

Support for families of primary aged children 5-11 years with additional needs

Primary School Age 5-11 years with additional needs.

  • Interesting facts if your child is presenting with traits of Autism
  • Top tip of the week

Back to School

Pre Teen Sleep

Teenage Brain

Feelings Chart

Feelings Chart

  • Pictures to support children to recognise the feelings and emotions of others and themselves.

Positive Play

Keep Calm and Carry On

Anger Mountain

Anger Mountain

  • Recognise the triggers
  • Manage the safety of others until the crisis point is over
  • Calm and reassure the child before moving on to something positive.
  • When the child feels calm they may be able to talk about their feelings.

Be an Owl not a Crocodile

Parenting Tool Box

The Families Under Pressure Series

Early Help Parenting Advice

Do you need some support and advice to understand your child’s needs and behaviours?

  • Advice on positive parenting and how to keep your child safe
  • To understand the importance of routines for your family

To get in touch with your questions please download the appropriate poster below.

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