Emotions booklets These simple emotions booklets are perfect for working with very young children. The first booklet is free to download from here (It is also included in the zipped…

Emotions early years Emotions early years - Teaching children about emotions is the most fundamental thing you can do to ensure children become emotionally literate and will help them with…

Growth Mindset support cards These growth mindset support cards can be used to help encourage a growth mindset in the classroom. They could be printed onto card and given to…

Growth Mindset Intervention This growth mindset intervention can be run as a whole class, or group. The lessons will take 40 mins to an hour and are suitable for children…

Emotion cards and Emotion posters I have been busy drawing some girls and boys with different facial expressions and have put these into emotion cards and emotion posters. Emotions covered:…

Template Pack This template pack contains lots of useful templates. There is also an ideas booklet for how to use them. There are 35 templates altogether: ladder game templates bookmarks…

Our Heart to Heart Diary 'Our Heart to Heart Diary' ¬†came from discussions with an ELSA who contacted me because she thought something like this would be a great idea…

Communication Lapbook The Communication Lapbook is the first in a series of two lapbooks aimed at communication. This first lapbook is aimed at: Emotion/expression Gestures/body language Eye contact Whole body…

Conversation Game The conversation game for children who need to learn about social skills, friendship, emotions and to promote self-esteem.¬†   This game consists of: A game board Star cards…

How do you say it? How do you say it? - This game will help children practise different tones of voice in a fun way. Children choose an emotion card…

6 thoughts on “General Resources

  1. Natalie Ward

    Hi
    I saw a really good chart on Pintrest, that said it was from Elsa Support, it is red, yellow and green with When I feel, I need to use my tools, Then I will feel.. with my Coping Tools along the side, please can I buy this resource for an autistic lad I work with at Rivermead School – it looks fab. Many thanks Natalie

  2. kerry parker

    Hi am looking for resources for children with bad dreams and are afraid to go to sleep. Any ideas are welcome. Thank you

    1. Debbie Palphreyman Post author

      Hi Kerry,

      There is a lesson plan on the site about night time http://www.elsa-support.co.uk/lesson-plans-for-groups-and-whole-classes/
      Dreamcatchers are fab to make and also worry dolls. They can put the doll under their pillow to help them sleep through the night. Also if you look at the Relax Kids website there are some fab CDs for listening to before going to sleep. Makes the child very relaxed. Also look at the relaxation cards on the site http://www.elsa-support.co.uk/relaxationcalming-activities-children/

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *