Stories About Anger

Stories About Anger

“Stories About Anger” is a collection of short tales specifically designed for preschoolers and children aged 3 to 6 years old, as well as elementary students. The stories aim to teach children how to recognize and manage their anger, as well as provide examples of overcoming negative emotions.

One of the stories in the collection is “A Monkey Objects To Criticism,” which tells the tale of a monkey who becomes angry when his friends criticize his singing. Through this story, children learn that it’s okay to receive criticism and that it’s important to learn from it rather than react angrily.

Another story in the collection is “Cupid and Psyche,” which tells the story of a girl who becomes angry when her sisters insult her appearance. Through this story, children learn that it’s important to recognize their own worth and not allow others to bring them down.

All of the stories in this collection are printable, making them a great resource for kindergarten and elementary teachers to use in the classroom. They are also great for parents looking to teach their 4 year olds, 5 year olds, and 6 year olds about managing their emotions.

Overall, “Stories About Anger” is an excellent resource for anyone looking to help young children develop healthy emotional habits and overcome negative emotions.