Category: emotions

Helping Your Child With A Panic Attack

It’s all over the news this week about some young children experiencing panic attacks recently, perhaps due to the pandemic, school closures, worry over illness and restrictions. From my experience, supporting families over the last year and a half, during the lockdowns and school closures, families have relayed […]

Review: Wild by Annette Demetriou & Dawn White

We’ve been reading an amazing picture book gifted to us this week called Wild by Annette Demetriou & Dawn White (illustrated by Ryan Sonderegger). What’s it about? Wild tells the story of two ‘mild’ wolves that meet a pack of ‘wild’ wolves who intimidate and scare them. But […]

Review: What Else Am I Feeling? By Katie Flanagan

For those who’ve been reading The SEN Resources Blog for a while now, you’ll probably remember me raving about a fantastic book for kids by Katie Flanagan called ‘What am I Feeling?‘(have a look at our review here). This book is a brilliant resource for helping children to […]

Review: Mighty Cards

2020 has been a difficult year for so many people worldwide and it continues to be so. As a result, it’s not come as a surprise that we’ve had lots of enquires about recommendations of resources to support children’s emotions recently. One resource we’ve come across this week […]

Review: A Vision of Empathy by Dunkle Deed

We’ve been reading a wonderful Children’s book this week called A Vision of Empathy by Dunkle Deed. A clever and heartwarming book that not only teaches children about autism but also shows them what empathy is and why it is so important. A Vision of Empathy is about […]