Handling Angry Feelings
Help children understand and cope with big feelings.
- Watch the video and challenge kids to “know and show”: Choose an emotion from the video and ask kids to show it on their faces (happy, sad, angry, scared, excited). Take turns!
- The song gives two ideas for helping with angry feelings: take a deep breath or give yourself a hug. Help kids make a list of other things to do when they’re angry: ask for help, take a walk, belly-breathe, go to a quiet place, and so on.
- Let kids know that every feeling is okay and that all feelings change and pass. It’s okay to just feel angry for a while. Tell them you’re proud of them for knowing their emotions and thinking of new ways to show them.
Abby's Broken Wand
A storybook featuring strategies to help children cope with big feelings.
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An article about building children’s language skills by enriching your interactions.
Senior Vice President of Curriculum and Content, Rosemarie Truglio, PhD, examines bullying as it affects young children, and shares ways to handle—and prevent—it.
Building a Connected Community
Take a course on ways to help children and families get ready for school and life--together!
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