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Children & Young People's Emotional Health

Anger Activities

Anger is a normal and healthy emotion. These activities and videos can help you talk about anger. You can help your child find ways to calm down and show their feelings in a healthy way.

Anger Iceberg Activity

Try this activity with your child to think together about their feelings. This activity is aimed at children aged 4-11 years.

Anger Volcano Activity 

An activity to try with your child to help them to understand what makes them angry.

Anger Skill Cards

Try making some anger skill cards with your child to help them find ways to cope with their feelings. This activity is aimed at children aged 4-11 years.

What Makes Children Angry?

This video shares lots of different children's experiences of anger.

Glitter Jar

Something your child can make to help them feel calmer and less confused about their feelings.  

Take 5 Breathing Exercise

An exercise to help manage and regulate breathing patterns.

Controlling Our Emotions

Watch this video to find out...

7 Techniques For Helping Stay Calm

Relaxation and mindfulness activities from CBeebies.

Bodyscan Exercise

An exercise to help children and young people to relax.

Relaxation Techniques

Tips about relaxation and to find out about On My Mind.

The TIPP Technique

This video explains what your child can do to calm intense fear or anger so they can make better decision.

The STOPP Technique

This video explains how to create a space between a situation occurring and our reaction to it.

Mental Health & You Podcast

Mental Health & You is a series of podcasts based in Norfolk & Suffolk which explores different aspects of mental health in young people. 

Health Uncovered Podcast

Health Uncovered is a series of podcasts that aims to get young people in-tune with their health and wellbeing. The series is hosted by BBC Radio One presenter Cel Spellman and features young people and health professionals from our Norfolk Healthy Child Programme.

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