Little Mouse’s big book of fears

I was having a look around Smiths the other day and saw this book. It is a fantastic book for talking about worries and fears from spiders to things under the bed.

Great for ELSA work. What stands out about the book is the details-  cut out maps , newspaper cuttings, handwritten scribbles, chewed pages, pencil images and pop ups you don’t know what each page will hold. You really go on a journey with poor little mouse- finding out about all different types of fears. Great for opening up discussion and allowing children to explore their own fears. Great for children to perhaps create their own fear journal/diary or they could perhaps make a collage of all the scary things. I have added this book to the ELSA Bookstore  and also included it in the ‘Book list for ELSAs’


Other Resources you will love!
How to be a good friend cardsHow to be a good friend cardsHow to be a good friend cards

How to be a good friend cards – Item 340

There are 40 brightly coloured cards showing ways to be a good friend. Perfect for KS1 and Lower KS2. Use these as discussion or teaching…


How would you feel ifHow would you feel ifHow would you feel if

How would you feel if…- item 14

'How would you feel if'  is a game to play with children with lots of scenarios about feelings. Some examples are: your mum makes you…


FRIENDS (friendship) intervention planning – Item 162

This FRIENDSHIP  intervention planning resource pack is ready to go. Just print and deliver! This pack is suitable for WHOLE CLASS as well as group…


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.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


Lost your password?