Behaviour, Emotions and Consequence Kit in a Bag
Exciting new products to help engage children in their own behaviour. Use the fans to discuss emotions, feelings and consequences through questions. Use the consequence boards to work with the child to decide on fair consequences for positive and negative behaviour. Read more on the full description. It’s not always easy to explore emotions and behaviour with children and young people. This kit provides everything you need to have those conversations and takes it further by discussing consequences – what would happen if….
The kit includes over 50 visual symbols, 40 of which have questions that help children express themselves and explore what is going on with their behaviour.
The set of fans start by looking at what expressions mean and situations you may find those expressions being used. Each emotion asks the child to tell you when they would feel happy, sad, scared angry. Within this context you can explore how a child responds and reacts to different situations.
The kit moves on, giving you ability to involve children in their own decision making about behaviour and consequences with our brand new consequence spinners where the child is involved in deciding what would be a fair consequence to both positive and negative behaviour.
Content of Kit
Set of 4 Conversation Fans including subjects around Emotions/Expressions, Behaviour Types, Feelings and Anxieties, Consequences, Who can you go to for help. A behaviour management fan, includes support on how to say sorry. These come in a sturdy tin. Additionally there are two consequence spinners to support person centred behaviour management and children involvement. There are also 3 x ‘I can do it’ blank fans to create personalise management plans for individual children. Provides opportunities for the child to be reminded about what they could do instead by writing or drawing targets on the blank petals. Everything is packed together in a strong cotton draw string bag.
I really like this resource. It’s fascinating to find out how children think and feel. I have to admit that I made some assumptions about why children behave the way they do without realising what is behind the behaviour. This kit has helped me to help children understand consequences both negative and positive.
Primary School Teacher – Yorkshire
All items can be purchased individually and can be used in conjunction with other resources developed by The Play Doctors.