Published November 1990
by Parenting Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
All My Feelings at Preschool: Nathan's Day. Too often kids' feelings get ignored. This series helps children and adults accept and acknowledge their emotions. It also helps them distinguish between feelings and actions. Even more important, the stories give kids several ways to cope with feelings.4/5. by Susan Conlin & Susan Levine Friedman. illustrated by M. Kathryn Smith. Readers share four-year-old Nathan’s feelings and learn to express their own feelings as they spend a day with Nathan at preschool. Nathan experiences feeling capable, mixed up, different, mad, concerned, and many other feelings. Encourages children to recognize the feelings of others, as well as their own. Young readers will learn to express their feelings as they spend the day with four-year-old Nathan at preschool. Nathan experiences a range of emotions throughout the day, including feeling capable, ambivalent, different, angry, and concerned. As they observe Nathan, children will learn to recognize their own feelings and those of others. Originally published under title: Nathan's day at preschool. Description: 31 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Series Title: Let's talk about feelings. Other Titles: Nathan's day at preschool: Responsibility: written by Susan Conlin and Susan Levine Friedman ; illustrated by M. .
Let's Talk about Feelings: Nathan's Day Let's talk about feelings: Authors: Susan Conlin, Susan Levine Friedman: Illustrated by: M. Kathryn Smith: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Parenting Press. All My Feelings at Preschool Nathan’s Day. by Susan Conlin & Susan Levine Friedman. illustrated by M. Kathryn Smith. Reviews and Comments “[The] authors describe feelings in ways that children can understand and then express in non-hurtful ways Book Description. E-mail this page to a friend. Preschool Feelings Theme. A Preschool Feelings Theme can help children identify and name their emotions. Throughout each day, children experience a wide range of feelings. Sometimes they experience them from hour to hour or sometimes from minute to minute! You can use this theme to teach the children how to react to their emotions as well. The Feelings Book by Todd Parr is colorful and reassuring that we all have feelings and are validated to do so. In My Heart: A Book of Feelings by Jo Witek is uniquely illustrated with die-cut pages showcasing all the feelings that are deep in our heart from happy to sad.
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