Books on Feelings and Emotions
This week (1st-7th February) is Children’s Mental Health Week. This past year has been incredibly challenging for us all and it’s no different for children. Place2Be is the charity that launched Children’s Mental Health Week in 2015.
This year’s theme is Express Yourself. It focuses on creative ways children and adults can share their feelings, thoughts, and ideas in many different ways through art, music, writing, dance, film, and any other ways they feel they can express themselves.
It is also National Story Telling Week, so we thought we would share some fantastic books for children to help them express and understand their feelings.