They may be little, but toddlers and preschoolers can sure have some big emotions. Young kids are constantly facing new experiences, learning social etiquette and discovering more about themselves and the world around them. That naturally sparks a whole range of feelings—but little ones are still figuring out how to handle all those emotions. Whether your child has a tendency to hit, is struggling to share or has zero patience, one thing that might help is reading about it. These children’s books, all fun reads with relatable characters and clear messages about acceptable behavior and managing emotions, can help guide youngsters as they learn societal rules and how to cope with their feelings.
Hands Are Not for Hitting
Helps with: Learning not to hit
Frustration is common for little ones gaining independence and encountering new experiences….