Oakland, CA : Instant Help Books, c2008.
vii, 124 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
A note to parents
A note to kids
Activity 1: talking about how you feel
Activity 2: dealing with difficult feelings
Activity 3: listening to the feelings of others
Activity 4: reading body language
Activity 5: speaking with positive body language
Activity 6: the mean face vs. the smiling face
Activity 7: be a feelings detective
Activity 8: keeping calm even though you are upset
Activity 9: there are better and worse ways to show your feelings
Activity 10: changing your feelings and behavior using self-talk
Activity 11: understanding the feelings of others
Activity 12: you can change your feelings if you want to
Activity 13: being more cooperative
Activity 14: being helpful
Activity 15: setting positive goals
Activity 16: the virtue of patience
Activity 17: making compromises
Activity 18: making a commitment to change
Activity 19: changing unhelpful patterns
Activity 20: rate yourself on your effort
Activity 21: following rules
Activity 22: keeping your cool
Activity 23: the loud and nasty voice
Activity 24: good behavior diary
Activity 25: positive words create positive feelings
Activity 26: being positive with your friends
Activity 27: telling the truth
Activity 28: the consequence of lying
Activity 29: avoiding the bad influences of others
Activity 30: taking things that aren't yours
Activity 31: no more teasing
Activity 32: making new friends
Activity 33: being respectful to adults
Activity 34: developing your empathy
Activity 35: rules about touching
Activity 36: what do you dream about?
Activity 37: letting others know how great you are
Activity 38: what do you want to achieve?
Activity 39: asking for help.
A workbook with forty activities designed to help children learn self-control and empathy.