Bea’s Ocean Commotion
Bea’s Ocean Commotion explores friendship and how to recognise and manage feelings of worry. It offers mindfulness techniques to regulate emotions and help deal with fears and anxieties. Each book is designed to encourage and develop children’s emotional literacy. It is a beautifully illustrated rhyming book, which uses repetition to reinforce the mindfulness techniques, all while children are enjoying a fun story.
This book also contains a pack of four beautifully illustrated ‘Mindful Me with Bea’ cards. These are designed to help children begin to practice gratitude and learn to use their breath as a tool to relax, calm, focus and think more clearly, before reacting in a situation. These are cards the whole family can enjoy together!
The book appeals to children of all ages. Younger children will engage with the beautifully illustrated story, rhyme and characters while there are invaluable key messages and expressive language for older children too. All children will enjoy learning simple mindful breathing techniques.
Seller BioSold by: Claire Keating and Sinéad Dore
Our resources have been designed to help children deal with big emotions and to promote well-being through rhyme and fun activities.We feel passionate about helping children feel content, happy and relaxed in their mind and body. As teachers, we know that young children learn and develop valuable life skills through story, rhyme, fun and active learning. Introducing simple breathing techniques, positive self-talk and gratitude will help alleviate any stresses and worries, while building happiness, confidence and resilience in children as they grow. Our aim was to create books, rhymes and activities that teachers, parents and guardians can easily use and that children can thoroughly enjoy to promote well-being. The ‘Breathe with Bea’ series aims to teach children the very important message that all feelings are ok! There are no bad or wrong feelings. Feelings are like visitors – they will come, but they will soon go. Being able to recognise these feelings in your body, naming them and learning strategies to cope with them are key features of the series.