[[ Free pdf ]] When I Feel SadAuthor Cornelia Maude Spelman – Albawater.co

Readers will recognize similiar experiences in their own lives as this little guinea pig describes feeling sad when someone is cross or when something bad happens Eventually our heroine realizes that feeling sad doesn t last forever


10 thoughts on “When I Feel Sad

  1. Tanya Tanya says:

    I read this to my child It was a good introduction to understanding feeling sad and provided good examples of when people can feel sad rejection, being ignored etc One part of me wanted a fewsuggestions of what a person can do when they feel sad however, at the same time I think it was just enough to start a conversation with him I think it gave just enough ideas to encourage him to brainstorm ideas on his own of what to do when he feels sad.


  2. Sterlande Altidor Sterlande Altidor says:

    I love this book The pictures are very clear, children can point to the pictures that express how they feel This is a great book for discussing feelings with your children Great book for kids who are struggling with their feelings, the book teaches them that it is okay to express their feelings I would highly recommend this book.


  3. Laura Weir Laura Weir says:

    Love the concept but find the suggestions section not very helpful basically just says that being with someone and crying helps you not be sad, but there isthat can be helpful for toddlers to learn to do when they re sad.


  4. Jennifer Dixon Jennifer Dixon says:

    Nice book on different feelings but a great self help book for kids when they re feeling a certain way I would use this book in my quiet corner calm down area like a reference book for certain situations.


  5. Magdalena Chavez Magdalena Chavez says:

    Sadness is an emotion we all face I like how the book says it s okay to be sad and what they can do to feel better I especially enjoyed how the book ends It ends by telling the audience that sadness doesn t last forever.


  6. Kennedy Johnson Kennedy Johnson says:

    This book is great at describing when someone is sad This book would be a great book to read during emotions week This is a great book for young children.


  7. Kelly Kelly says:

    The book tells of different things that might make us sad, and different things that will help us get over being sad But what I liked most was the part where we are told that it s okay to be sad.


  8. Desiree Trott Desiree Trott says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Found in the classroom I visited today Was touched by the child talking about when she feels sad and how it s okay to feel that way.


  9. Ally Lybbert Ally Lybbert says:

    Picture bookI m still looking for good books for emotional intelligence this did a good job explaining that it s okay to feel sad I would use this with a whole class or an individual student.


  10. Taylor Horvat Taylor Horvat says:

    I liked this book by Cornelia Maude Spelman, because it was simple and straightforward and definitely applicable to young kids exploring new feelings and understanding them The illustrations by Kathy Parkinson were simple and sweet, showing a little hamster feeling sad in different situations and eventually understanding that it is completely okay to feel sad sometimes.This would be a great read aloud for preschool or kindergarten because this age level is still navigating through their feeling I liked this book by Cornelia Maude Spelman, because it was simple and straightforward and definitely applicable to young kids exploring new feelings and understanding them The illustrations by Kathy Parkinson were simple and sweet, showing a little hamster feeling sad in different situations and eventually understanding that it is completely okay to feel sad sometimes.This would be a great read aloud for preschool or kindergarten because this age level is still navigating through their feelings and there will definitely be times in the younger classrooms where they will see their peers feeling sad This is a very simple book targeted for young ages, and having it in a pre k classroom would help students feel comfortable with their feelings The language in this book is very simple and would be easy for younger kids to understand and follow