How Are You Feeling?
Naming Your Emotions with Sesame Street ®
by Marie-Therese Miller
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Pub Date 07 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 31 Jan 2023
Lerner Publishing Group, Lerner Publications ™
Everyone has big feelings.
What situations might cause different feelings to happen? How can you recognize what others are feeling? Help show young readers how to identify and name their emotions alongside their friends from Sesame Street.
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This title is also available as a paperback for $9.99 (ISBN: 978-1-7284-8612-3).
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Average rating from 11 members
This book was great for my four year old! Between preschool, spending time with friends and family, she has many "big feelings" throughout any given day. This picture book helped her name all of her feelings and visualize what someone may look like when they have big feelings. The ending gave realistic advice for kids on how to deal with their big feelings.
I will 1000% be purchasing this book. I love the way the authors addressed emotions - naming them, giving examples of why you would feel that way, how it feels in your body, and how to deal with the emotions. I love the integration of Sesame Street characters and real photos which will help to teach emotion recognition in others. I want this on my shelf for not just my daughter but my clients.
I have an almost three year old with big feelings. This book does a great job of opening that dialogue to help her not only identify feelings but practice healthy coping skills too. She loved the use of real kids pictures too and enjoyed talking about the images and what makes her happy, sad, frustrated, excited etc.