Research suggests that having well-formed emotional vocabulary is central to developing emotional resilience in adolescence and adulthood. In essence, talking helps! The games and resources we’ve created are intentionally designed to get families talking and learning how to describe their emotions and thoughts. This is a huge factor in developing emotional resilience in the next generation.
So your child came home with a Feed Your Mind game or resource? Make the most of these fun tools and continue your child's engagement with helpful tips, tricks and techniques.
"I liked learning things about my parents I never knew!"
- Year 5 Student
"I learnt that sharing the times that you are sad makes you feel better."
- Lily, Year 5 Student
"It amazed me how much I discovered about my children hearing them tell stories about different times they experienced certain emotions."
- Laura, Parent