How I Feel Today Mirror
Laser cut into the mirror surface is a message so that the user is prompted to consider a thought. The How I Feel Today message can be used to prompt a conversation, to discuss feelings or to encourage a positive...
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Understanding Feelings Pack
The Understanding Feelings set has been designed to help children to learn about a range of feelings and to enable them to communicate more effectively with others. Using the components of the set children will be able to discuss, observe...
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An Emotional Menagerie A Glossary of Feelings from A-Z
A Glossary of Feelings from A-Z Emotions are like animals: No two are quite the same.Some are gentle; others, fierce; And some are hard to tame. Children experience all sorts of emotions, sometimes going through several very different ones before...
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Happy, Healthy Minds
A Children's Guide to Emotional Wellbeing Our minds are beautifully complicated and brilliant machines. For much of our lives, these machines run efficiently with minimal maintenance. However, just like our other organs, they do require some proper attention now and...
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Expression Mirror Faces - Pack of 10
Set of 10 safe plastic mirrors, cut out to resemble a child’s head shape that they can use to see themselves or to draw on using a wipe-off pen. They can also be used by the child to see what...
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Big Ideas for Curious Minds
An Introduction to Philosophy for Curious Young Minds Children are, in many ways, born philosophers. Without prompting, they ask some of the largest questions: about time, mortality, happiness and the meaning of it all. Yet sadly, too often, this inborn...
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Emotional Barometer
A Tool to Explain Our Moods It can be remarkably hard to tell other people how we really feel; it may even be tricky for us to get clear about our own moods. Mostly, if people ask how we are,...
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Snakes & Ladders Game
Climb to Emotional Maturity The School of Life has taken Snakes and Ladders and turned it into a great game about emotional life: the ladders represent all those moments when you learn how to be more of a grown-up, the...
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