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Bailey the Bear can get ever-so angry. Katie the Kangaroo often finds it hard to concentrate. And Ricky the Rabbit’s mind is always busy! Every child can relate to these experiences of losing emotional control. Follow Bailey, Katie, and Ricky as they learn to understand their feelings and gain the resources to express themselves through mindful play.
Bright and cheerful illustrations present a variety of mazes, puzzles, collages, and coloring activities to uncover ways for kids to process their anger, anxiety, and stress. By following the critters’ narratives–and playing the fun games sprinkled throughout–your child will learn how they can calm their anger, concentrate, and relax–healthier and happier alternatives to letting big feelings get the best of them.
Answer keys for all the puzzles and activities are included at the end of each section of the book.
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Activities Include . . .
Big Anger? Little Anger?
Put these angry moods in order, from the smallest to the biggest, by writing the numbers 1 to 5 on the line below them.
Hug Full of Love
Fill this giant love-heart with lots of little love-hearts, in the colors shown.
Join each character to their balloon with a crayon or colored pencil, by matching up the color of their string.
Calm After the Storm
Follow the path to discover the special objects Bailey finds soothing.
The Magic of Concentrating
Complete the rays from the magic wand with a pen. Make them as long as you can.
Breathing In . . .
Glue or tape some lollipop sticks to the dotted lines to make the windmill blades. Breathe in as you make sure each lollipop stick is fixed in place. Then blow between each blade.