This set of guid and storybooks will be invaluable tools for anyone working to build emotional resilience with children and young people. Is a therapeutic story about a journey to develop emotional resilience. Using the analogy of the Japanese art of Kintsugi, whereby broken pottery is restored to wholeness with a golden lacquer, the story alludes to the importance of focusing on the strengths and protective factors in a child's life, rather than the problems and risks, in order to promote emotional resilience. The guid provides practical strategies to support children's emotional resilience at a whole-school and more targeted level, centering around the'Resiliency Rainbow Toolkit', a ready-to-use theoretical model that draws upon a range of ideas and approaches, offers learning objectives, facilitator notes, discussion questions and student activities that act as a resiliency building programme. Each storybook tells of a journey centred around a particular theme; such as emotional resilience, self-care, friendship, stress, resilient thinking and dealing with loss.
These beautifully illustrated storybooks will appeal to all children, and can be used by practitioners, educators and parents as a tool to discuss emotional resilience and other important issues with children. How Monsters Wish to Feel: A Story about Emotional Resilience.
The Boat Star: A Story about Loss. The Boy Who Longed to Look at the Sun: A Story about Self-Care. The Day the Sky Fell In: A Story about Finding your Element. The Girl who Collected Her Own Echo: A Story about Friendship. The Hot and Bothered Air Balloon: A Story about Feeling Stressed.The Tale of Two Fishes: A Story about Resilient Thinking. Purchasing the set represents a 40% saving compared to individually purchasing each book. Therefore, the set cannot be combined with any other offer.
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