An ideal resource for primary teachers, this practical resource helps children understand anger and identify links with other emotions with an interactive program using 26 elements. They will learn skills to effectively manage their anger with activities and exercises.

New to this edition is: Information on recent initiatives on anger management in schools; Models and top tips for coping with anger; New activities and ideas; Further information for young children aged 5-9

This instructional guide for teachers comes with photocopiable worksheets and activities suitable for both group and individual work for the whole-class which are available to download online.

References and Further Reading

References and further reading
Anholt, C. & Anholt, L. (2006) What Makes Me Happy?Walker Books Ltd, London.
Apter, T. (1997) The Confident Child. Norton, New York and London.
Baker, P. (1998) Here's Health Magazine, March 20–22.
Berler, E.S., Gross, A.M., & Drabman, R.S. (1982) Social skills training with children: proceed with caution, journal of Applied Behaviour Analysis, 15, 41–53. http://dx.doi.org/10.1901/jaba.1982.15-41
Bennathan, M. & Boxall, M. (2000) Effective Intervention in Primary Schools: Nurture Groups. David Fulton Publishers, London.
Bennathan, M. and Rose, J. (2008) All About Nurture Groups. Nurture Group Network, London.
Bliss, T., Robinson, G., & Maines, B. (1995) Developing Circle Time. Lucky Duck, Bristol.
Bliss, T. & Tetley, J. (1993) Circle Time. Lucky Duck, Bristol.
Boxall, M. (1998) The Boxall Profile: Handbook for Teachers. Nurture Group Network, London.
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