I’m Just a Kid: A Social-Emotional Book about Self-Regulation by Chandele Morris
Children are like a ball of emotions, sometimes happy, sometimes cranky, and anger is one of the most complex emotions to control.
I’m Just a Kid is an excellent resource for parents and teachers that focuses on how we can help children manage their big emotions with simple calming and mindfulness techniques.
This story is about Ben, who loves to solve puzzles, but he gets frustrated when things are not going his way. He started screaming, shouting, and showing tantrums.
His mom always tries to calm him down and teaches him that it’s okay to be upset, but we should learn to manage our emotions. She helps him manage his big emotions through engaging activities like breathing, counting, etc.
As parents, it is our responsibility to tell children that They can express their emotions like happiness, sadness, or anger, but they should know how to control their wrong actions or behavior.
We should read this book with our children and tell them that we are always there with them in any condition or they can talk to us freely anytime. This book is like a practical guide for parents who want their kids to have better emotional and mental health.
Perfect for 2+
This book is available on Amazon