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Supporting Children's Mental Health Week With Let's Talk

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Disclosure - We were gifted the Let's Talk series for the purpose of this post. All thoughts, opinions and photographs are our own. This post contains affiliate links.

When you become a parent it's the happiest day of your life but it can also be the scariest. Our little ones enter the world without any guide or instruction booklet and it's up to us to figure out how to make sure we look after them to the best of our ability. We then spend years making sure we protect them from harm and worrying about them is constant. There are some situations that parents may struggle with and one is starting up conversations with their children about their feelings. Let's Talk have created a series of books which are perfect conversation starters amongst adults and children to support their social, emotional and mental wellbeing

series of Let's Talk book
How Are You Feeling Today? is packed with fun, imaginative ways to help children understand and cope with a whole range of different emotions. 

It's a great way to give children the tools they may need to deal with lots of different feelings. Exploring 12 common emotions, including happy, angry, excited, bored and embarrassed, How Are You Feeling Today? offers ideas for what children could do when they feel this way.

how are you feeling now book


How Are You Feeling Now? is packed with fun, imaginative ways to help children understand and express a range of emotions and is a brilliant follow-up to How Are You Feeling Today?

inside let's talk books

inside let's talk books
Not a moment goes by without us feeling something.  Whether it's happiness, sadness, anger or anxiety, different feelings visit us all the time. This is the perfect picture book to help children understand and manage their feelings early on. Offering child-friendly strategies for dealing with feelings, this book looks at 12 complex emotions and makes them simple for children. 

what's worrying you book


What's Worrying You? is a book all about helping children understand their worries, and what to do when they feel overwhelmed by their thoughts and feelings.

We all have worries now and then, but sometimes worries can feel like they're getting bigger and bigger, like you can't control them anymore. What do you do then?

Each page takes the child step-by-step through different worry scenarios, such as falling out with a friend, getting in trouble at school, or feeling like no one is listening. It talks about how they might feel, what they might think, and what could help them to ease the anxiety. 

the same but different book


The Same but Different explores the ways in which we're all unique as well as the similarities we all share. Using everyday examples, clear explanations and colourful illustrations by Sarah Jennings, this book encourages children to rejoice in their differences. After all, imagine how boring the world would be if everyone was exactly the same!

This book covers lots of ways in which we're different, including how we look, where we live, the languages we speak, what our families are like and what we believe in. It's the perfect resource for starting important conversations with children about diversity and inclusion, with topics such as race, disability, gender, sexual orientation and religion.

Will you be my friend book


Will You Be My Friend? is ideal for starting conversations about friendship and includes a guide for parents and carers about supporting a child if they are having friendship difficulties.

This book is both humorous and charming, and prompts children to discuss the idea of friendship with parents and peers. Learning to build and maintain friendships also helps children with important life skills such as sharing, negotiating, empathising and that all-important apology when things go wrong.

Written by Molly Potter and illustrated by Sarah Jennings the Let's Talk series is such a nice and relaxed why to approach the difficult to talk about situations. The series is aimed at children aged 4+ and would be perfect to read together. Social, emotional and mental wellbeing is such an important part of our life and should be talked about more. 

For more information you can visit Let's Talk Series and also download free activity packs.


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