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WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE
MAD THAT YOU FEEL?
Helping Children Manage Anger and Learn Self-Control
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood and Family Communications
Explore anger, where it comes from, and how young children can
gradually learn the self-control necessary to manage their anger
and channel it into productive activity. This 3-hour workshop
also suggests ways to intervene when children act out or lose
control. It includes a facilitator’s guide, handout masters, video
components, CD-ROM, additional background materials,
children’s booklist for participants, and supplemental materials.
Help children learn to manage their anger with Fred Rogers’
timeless wisdom and these developmentally appropriate activities.
A valuable and helpful resource for any early childhood setting,
this book can be used separately or to complement the What Do
You Do with the Mad that You Feel? workshop. Spiral, 60 pgs.
THE POWER OF RELAXATION
Using Tai Chi and Visualization to Reduce
Help young children de-stress through a
combination of gentle exercises based on tai chi,
yoga, progressive relaxation, and visualization
techniques. Softbound, 144 pgs.
THE WAY I FEEL
Vivid, expressive illustrations fl ood every page of this book with
color, encouraging children to understand emotions—both their own
and others’. Ages 18 mos.–3 yrs. Board book, 18 pgs.
HELPING CHILDREN COPE WITH
What You Can Do!
Beryl Cheal, MEd
Learn steps you can take to help children cope with—and overcome—
traumatic events. Accompanying this 25-minute DVD program: a
downloadable comprehensive 40-page leader’s guide with handouts of
workshop activities for teachers and activities for children.
CONCEPT CLIPS - HELPING CHILDREN COPE
WITH FRIGHTENING EVENTS
Beryl Cheal, MEd
Help children cope with disasters and frightening events—from earth-
quakes to hurricanes to terrorism—whether they are directly involved
or are simply aware of the event. This program will help you give chil-
dren a supportive classroom environment, plan activities that reinforce a sense of security, and rec-
ognize the most common symptoms children exhibit after traumatic situations. A leader’s guide is
included with handouts and workshop activities. Leader’s Guide, 40 pgs., and DVD, 25 min.
MAKING IT BETTER
Activities for Children Living in a Stressful World
Gain confi dence in helping children deal with stress, trauma, and violence.
This resource includes more than 70 activities to engage children in self-
healing, empathy, and empowerment. Ages 3–10. Softbound, 144 pgs.
of Fred Rogers