Anger Management Workbook For Kids : 50 Fun Activities To Help Children Stay Calm And Make Better Choices When They Feel Mad by Samantha Snowden
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Take charge of your anger with this book of 50 enjoyable activities designed to teach kids ages 6 to 11 about anger management. Anger is a natural emotion, just like happiness, sadness, and fear. However, expressing anger in a positive manner can be challenging. The Anger Management Workbook for Kids offers a collection of engaging exercises to assist children in handling intense emotions. By utilizing these exercises, kids can learn to remain calm and make better choices when they feel angry. Unlike other anger management workbooks, this one is both educational and entertaining!
Inside this workbook, children will discover:
ALL ABOUT ANGER: Gain knowledge about anger, including its definition, how it feels, and how to recognize it.
ASSORTED & ENGAGING EXERCISES: Encourage creativity through doodling, writing, meditation, and various crafts such as the Glitter Jar, while effectively managing anger.
FEEL-GOOD HABITS: Explore a range of healthy habits that empower children to respond better in situations that provoke anger. This workbook equips kids with the tools necessary to put a stop to angry feelings.
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A Fun and Sneaky Adventure: The Candy Smuggling Scheme
It all starts in a hospital room where poor Sophie is forced to eat horrible porridge. Her friends, shocked by the terrible food, come up with a plan to bring delicious snacks to cheer her up.
Disguises and X-Ray Detectors
The adventure begins when they encounter a receptionist who declares that no food is allowed. Undeterred, they use clever disguises and an x-ray detector to hide their candy. Layer after layer, they conceal the snacks and try to deceive the receptionist.
The Receptionist Suspects Something
Despite their efforts, the receptionist catches on to their plan. She confiscates their candy and snacks, leading to a disappointment and frustration.
Jaden, the Mastermind
Jaden, one of their friends, comes up with a new idea. He pretends to be a doctor and sneaks his friend Sophie her favorite treats. Using clever tricks and disguises, he manages to outsmart the receptionist.
But the adventure doesn’t end there. Ava, another friend, realizes that food and drinks are not allowed but manages to smuggle snacks inside her backpack by pretending to be pregnant. However, the receptionist suspects something is off and becomes even more vigilant.
A Surprising Twist
As Ava tries to escape from the receptionist, she unintentionally scares a patient who believes she’s giving birth to a bag of chips. Amusingly, Ava resolves the situation by giving the patient a marshmallow instead.
The Sleepy Receptionist
Meanwhile, the receptionist becomes sleepy and allows Jaden to bring snacks to the patients. Jaden ingeniously disguises the snacks to resemble medicine and hides them in medicine bottles and boxes.
A Sweet Conclusion
Throughout the adventure, the friends successfully manage to smuggle candy and treats to the patients, creating moments of joy and surprise. Despite the receptionist’s suspicions, they find clever ways to get the snacks past her.
In the end, the receptionist starts to realize that she has been deceived. However, the friends’ mission to bring happiness to the patients has been accomplished.
This playful and sneaky adventure reminds us that sometimes, a little mischief can bring a smile to someone’s face, even in the strictest of settings.