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Child Development Interactive
A set of videos and resources aimed at parents, exploring the emotional development of young children
Coping With Anger Video
A group of children discuss anger. They explain that there are good and bad types of anger. The good type doesn't hurt anyone but the bad type leads to damaging people or things. The children explain what makes them feel angry and then produce paintings to illustrate their emotions. They describe the feelings process and acknowledge that there are different levels of anger.
Faces And Feelings Video
Presenter Rodd is tidying up in the outside play area. He begins by exploring how we look when we feel happy, sad, worried and sulky through a range of facial expressions and some body movements which convey different emotions. Through role play, he demonstrates how much better it is to talk about a problem and solve it rather than go in a huff.
Feed Freddy Interactive
Freddy grows when you feed him numbers, letters, colors, shapes, and patterns.
Feeling Sad Video
Fred is feeling confused about his feelings and is transported to a doctors' surgery which is inside his own head. The doctor shows Fred images of children displaying different emotions - excited, worried, frightened, sad, happy and loving. The 'doctor' asks Fred to chose which one he would like to look like. Fred then thinks of ways he could feel happy and be more loving.
Feelings Bubble Printable
Prints thought bubbles for several different moods which are illustrated by graphic faces. Use the yellow buttons to select the mood and choose from a selection of face models and symbols by clicking the images top-right.