Social Skills Comics for Kids: Handling Anger in School
- Help children manage their anger in healthy and non aggressive ways
- Detailed pictures help children observe body language and nonverbal cues
- Topics include: Solving the problem instead of just getting mad, using relaxation to calm down, learning to apologize, taking control instead of feeling helpless, understanding what's really making you upset, and many more.
- Ages 7-12
With the recent focus on bullying and violence in our schools, it is clear that we need to find ways to help children manage their anger so that they don't harm themselves or others. This book helps children find constructive, healthy ways to deal with angry feelings. There are 25 illustrated stories where real-life children act out different scenarios in which they are angry or upset. Readers are then presented with questions to help them think about why the response shown is inappropriate. Finally, the reader is shown another comic strip where the children demonstrate "good choices" for dealing with their anger.
This book is part of the Social Skills Comics set of 4 books.