What Do You Do with the Mad that You Feel? by KBYU TV Ready to Learn





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Published on Feb 16, 2011


What Do You Do With the Mad That You Feel? Learning healthy physical outlets for coping with emotions. Learn how to strengthen your child's developing abilities to manage and control anger. One of the most important messages we can give our children is "It's okay to be angry, but it's not okay to hurt." This class emphasizes that controlling anger is a developmental issue and not a moral issue. Learning to have healthy emotional outlets is an important part of your child's social and emotional development.

This workshop includes the following sections: Learning Triangle Activity Sheet Why Is This Important to My Child? What Can I Do for My Child? Book List, Activities, Additional Resources. http://kbyutv.org/kidsandfamily/ready...

Programs featured in this Ready To Learn® Workshop are:
• Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood clips courtesy of Family Communications and the Fred Rogers Company
Children's Books featured in this Ready To Learn® Workshop are:
• I Was So Mad by Mercer Mayer
• Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst
• Julius The Baby of the World by Kevin Henkes
• When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really angry . . . by Molly Bang
• What Grandmas Do Best / What Grandpas Do best by Laura Numeroff

Special Thanks - KBYU Eleven gratefully acknowledges the following individuals and organizations that contributed to the design and creation of this workshop and the thousands of workshop participants whose questions and suggestions inspired our work: Stephanie Anderson,Carrie Allen Baker, Barbara Leavitt, Aubrey McLaughlin, Theresa Robinson, Public Broadcasting Service, and United Way of Utah County.

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