Emoji emotions and communication Included in this pack: 48 Emoji fans - these do not have writing on them, just the face. Let the child decide what they mean and…

Bee-Linda's Mindfulness workbook This workbook was inspired by a story I wrote for a writing group that I go to. We had to write a children's story using some emotion.…

Today I feel This resource is available in different skin tones and also in plain white. Print and laminate and use as an emotional register by using a dry wipe…

Let's Talk Conversation cards for opening up discussion with children. Useful for working one to one, groups and whole classes. There are 168 cards altogether; some with questions and some…

Starring Me! Emoji style Starring me Emoji style can be printed as a booklet or you can use the sheets individually. My interpretation of the different emojis with worksheets to fill…

Emoji game and questions I am really hoping these question cards will appeal to older children. All images have been drawn by me. Included in the pack: Emoji game board…

Monitor your Mood This resource is a way of tracking a child’s well-being and mental health. Over time it is hoped that patterns may emerge that can be explored with…

Support Staff Planner This is something I have been meaning to do for a while and the holidays gives me just that opportunity. The lovely people in the Teaching Assistant…

Car Emotions Pack This car emotions pack  will appeal to younger children. It covers the basic six emotions of: happy sad angry scared surprised disgust There are a huge bundle…

Master Your Monsters, Anxiety booklet and diary A few people have messaged me asking for an 'Anxiety booklet', after using the 'Anxiety and Worries Group intervention' so as to focus more…

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/

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