Recommended by parents, teachers and mental health professionals, The Way I Feel is a valuable addition to anyone’s library.
Feelings are neither good nor bad, they simply are. Kids need words to name their feelings, just as they need words to name all things in their world. The Way I Feel uses strong, colorful, and expressive images which go along with simple verses to help children connect the word and the emotion.
Your child will learn useful words, and you will have many chances to open conversations about what’s going on in her/his life.
Dive inside Riley’s mind and get to know the Emotions that know her best with this unique format.
With five fun storybooks, each devoted to a different Emotion, as well as a die-cut slipcase, fans of Pixar’s upcoming film, Inside Out, will treasure this special collection of Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust.
The Feelings Book vibrantly illustrates the wide range of moods we all experience.
Kids and adults will appreciate Todd Parr’s quirky intelligence as he pays special attention to the ever-changing, sometimes nonsensical emotions that we all feel.
Targeted to young children first beginning to read, this book will inspire kids to discuss their multitude of feelings in a kid-friendly, accessible format, told through Parr’s trademark bold, bright colors and silly scenes.
This book will inspire kids to discuss their feelings, show positive behaviors, and practice calm down strategies.
From the letter A to the letter Z, B is for Breathe celebrates the many ways children can express their feelings and develop coping skills at an early age.
Fun, cute, and exciting illustrations, this colorful book teaches kids simple ways to cope with fussy and frustrating emotions.
Feelings Unit Study
In addition to offering books about feelings for preschoolers, I’ve teamed up with some fellow bloggers to offer you homeschool and classroom unit study resources about learning feelings. The following resources may contain affiliate links.