Win It’ll Be OK activity book to help kids process their feelings (3 available)

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We have another giveaway to help kids process their feelings, its a mindfulness focused book for you today. It’ll Be OK: My Feelings Activity Book (RRP £7.99), is from Upside Down Books and is the perfect place for children aged 5 to 8 to explore their thoughts and feelings as the next phase of lockdown unfolds.

Help Kids Process their Feelings

Part of a thoughtful and kind new range of activity books, It’ll Be OK: My Feelings Activity Book is 64-pages of fun activities, puzzles, games and crafts which allow children to learn about and make sense of their emotions and help kids process their feelings. With each fun activity and friendly tip, emotions become more understandable, helping children to open up and to make sense of both highs and lows, will help kids process their feelings.

Upside Down Books, an imprint of leading mental health and wellbeing specialist Trigger Publishing, offers young readers comforting, nurturing, playful and humorous books that also spark thought and conversation around feelings and emotions.

With a range of titles that cover topics such as mindfulness, emotions, grief, anxiety and even boredom, there are plenty of great books for parents, children and teenagers.

It’ll Be OK: My Feelings Activity Book is illustrated by Sheffield-based Josephine Dellow who combines a commercial eye with a signature whimsical style. Having worked for several years in the giftware industry, Josephine began to illustrate within book publishing and has since illustrated for Little, Brown Book Group and Hodder & Stoughton. Her time is also spent teaching and designing products and prints for her online shop.

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We hope that you like the look of this book, so you would like to enter to win. There are THREE copies of it to give away.

It’ll Be OK from Upside Down Books (3 Available)

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56 Comments

  • I would love to win this book to give to my son. He gets a lot of anxiety, especially right now, so I think this would really help ease his mind and calm his soul

  • As everything is unstable at the minute I am trying to keep my kids busy. Sometimes though I forget to ask how they are feeling or the don’t want to say. This would be a great way for them to express themselves.

  • Would be ideal for my son times are hard for all of us at the moment this would be a lovely way to communicate with me about feelings

  • Seems an activity book which could be beneficial for family learning / bonding. Encoraging us to listen, understand and support each other. Sometimes it can take time from us to understand, identifiy / name our own feeling/s, as can have a mixture of emotion/s due to being overwhelmed or shocked/ surprised, etc.

    Emotions are important to recognise and deal with. Sadly not easy in today’s busy , stressful and pressurised environments. So anything which helps is an absolute bonus for our children’s Health and Wellbeing.

  • Our family members have a lot on their plate at the moment for various reasons, so this would be a very timely addition to the bookshelf.

  • I would like to win this book for my Granddaughter. She is an only child and has been struggling with all the rules of Covid and not being able to be touchy feely with her friends. I am sure the book will help her with her feelings and emotions.

  • my daughter has found lockdown very hard to understand and it has made her withdrawn, this book would be good for her

  • My children are both quite young and sometimes struggle with little emotional outburts. This book is a lovely way to show them it’s completely normal and how to deal with how they’re feeling.

  • I’d love to win for my niece. In this Co vid experience its so important that children are aware of their feelings and emotions. Moreso how to recognise and deal with anxieties.

  • My 3 yr old granddaughter is struggling with her emotions at the moment, because of something that is happening in her life. I’m sure this would help

  • In my eyes, anything that will support a child or youngster to understand and communicate their feelings in a more positive way is invaluable. Modern day lives are complex and as adults we usually develop coping strategies to deal with the vast range of feelings that we experience on a day-to-day basis. The effects of Covid-19 have exaggerated those innermost thoughts and feelings and whilst adults have attempted to protect and inform our children, children rarely have the verbal skills to explain the emotions that they are experiencing and therefore use other forms of communication, such as behaviour, to communicate this.

  • I have sufferd anxiety since I was 8 there wasnt much focus on it then and i was considerd to be an odd child. I am very aware of the stresses kids face especially in these uncertain times. i am keen to support my kids mental health anything that encourages mindfulness has to be a good thing. i would love this work for my kids

  • I was a very angry child that grew into an angrier adult. I didn’t know how to deal with my emotions. Who knows, something like this could have helped. I’d like to win it for my niece.

  • My daughter is 7 and is going back to school in just over a week, I’m concerned that things are not going to be quite as she is expecting even though I have tried to prepare her, so this activity book could help.

  • My young grandson is finding being home from school very difficult getting quite distressed at times

  • I’d love to win this and share the activities with my seven grandchildren, ranging in age from 3 to 9. Sometimes really big feelings come up and it would be great to have this book to help them understand and process them.

  • I’d love to win this because it is so important for children to understand their feelings and emotions to be able to manage them, and it would be great for my step-grandchildren.

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