Category: emotions

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 […]

Review: My Mood Stars 

For a lot of young children, articulating their emotions can be challenging. It’s no easy task to take a step back and understand why you are feeling a certain way. Let alone choosing the right words to then explain these feelings to someone else. That’s why I was […]