52 - Sometimes I Lose My Temper

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The characters lose their tempers interacting with each other and learn to use their words to express their feelings instead

  • Announcement:

    Coronado CA Unified School District selected the Circle of Education® program as a Social Emotional development and Learning Readiness Curriculum

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The Story:

  • • Jelli’s sister has a toy, and Jelli takes it away, making the sister sad. Their mom and dad help them talk it out and feel better.
  • Horsi says something hurtful to Listo, and Ami gets angry and screams at Horsi surprising everyone. The friends help Ami and Horsi talk and work things out.
  • Ami teases Horsi while they are riding bikes, and although Horsi wants to push the bike over because he is mad, he talks to Ami instead and they work it out together.
  • Listo and Dolfi fight over a toy sword and all of their friends are hurt by their angry words.
  • The characters all practice the BEFRIEND strategy in the classroom.

What We Learn:

  • Everyone loses their temper and may say or do hurtful things because of that, but we can talk it out and works things out together instead.
  • If we can’t work it out on our own, parents, teachers and other adults can help us.

Why it is Important:

  • All children get angry and frustrated and lose their tempers. By watching each character do this, but then talk the issues out, children can learn it’s ok to feel angry and how they can handle it in a positive way.
  • By seeing the characters get positive guidance from a loving adult, children learn that they can ask and trust adults to help them.

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