€ 2.95 – € 225.00
FREE e-Book version of this book is available to download HERE
A Printed book version (hard copy) of this free online resource is available from the publisher for schools and communities who have requested printed versions for their students or members. Choose an option above gives details of bulk order discounts.
Age suitability: 8 to 12 (can be adapted for younger and for older children)
Most of the topics in this journal, such as positivity, gratitude, kindness, bravery, creativity and self-kindness, are drawn from the field of Positive Psychology, which is the science of well-being. There are also activities based on dealing with worries and coping with change.
The journal is based on Weaving Well-Being – an SPHE programme which your child may be already doing in their school. Even if your child has no experience of Weaving Well-Being, they will still be able to use this as a stand-alone journal. Your child can work through the pages at their own pace, or alternatively, if the journal is being used as part of school-based learning, their teacher can set activities for them to do from time to time.
The journal aims to give children a chance to reflect and express themselves, gradually building into a highly personal portfolio reflecting unique aspects of their mental well-being. Once complete, they may enjoy looking over it again from time to time, especially whenever they need a well-being boost!
As a parent, you can use this journal to open up an important channel of communication with your child. Take time to discuss the various activities while they are completing them and perhaps even join in and try some of them on yourself!
Mick Rock, Fiona Forman
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Choose an Option: Developing a Positive Sense of Self: Set (Book A&B)
This contemporary series of 10 handbooks (A5) covers a range of topics about the social and emotional challenges that a young person may encounter.
This little book will help children to engage in positive self-talk and be kind to themselves.
Strum Along 2 was written by Irish authors Julie Ryng and Nina Garvey as a follow-up to Strum Along 1. This book presents songs in the keys of A, E, C, G, Aminor and Eminor.
The theme of the programme is that two little aliens called Mo and Ko have come from the planet Zo to help children to feel happy, strong, kind and brave, loving and well. Select the Teacher Book or Pupil Book from the ‘Choose an Option’ below to LOOK INSIDE:
Is éard atá i Leabhrán an Dalta: Creidimh chun Cumasaithe ná 10 gCeacht a chuireann creidimh ar leith os comhair na bpáistí agus a spreagann iad chun iad a fhiosrú agus a thriail dóibh féin
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