Sometimes I Feel and 10 Things I Love About Books
Recognising, understanding and acknowledging 'feelings' is an important life skill. Feelings like butterflies in
your stomach, the anxiety of going to big school, or joining a sporting team for the first time can be
challenging! Knowing how you feel helps children to empathise, communicate and connect. These simple-to-
read books help parents, educators and guardians begin important life discussions. At Learning Can Be Fun,
we call this the Resilience Range! Young children build emotional development through:
• Examples and Stories: characters show children what feelings and emotions are.
• Understanding: the stories simply show how and why they happen.
• Recognising: the stories prompt children to reflect on their own feelings and those of the others.
• Developing: the stories look at coping mechanisms and effective ways of managing them.
Finding silver linings! Looking on the bright side! Recognising and understanding the positive elements of everyday life. These are skills that are important to all children. These simple-to-read books help parents, educators, guardians and children have meaningful discussions, with.
• Fun illustrated characters that provide context for things that children typically love about their days and themselves.
• Simple, relatable text that gives everyday experiences new significance.
• Scenarios that prompt children to reflect on their own lives and the people around them.
Often children struggle to find the right words to communicate how they feel. The Resilience Range of books
builds the necessary vocabulary and education to manage life's little moments.
The Resilience Range will help
children start their journeys as empathetic classroom, community and family members.