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"Ally gets upset when it's time to leave the park, and mom has a way to help calm her down. It (..) will help a child realize that all feelings are okay and there are ways to feel better." - C. Smith "To explain feelings on a level that small children can understand is always a great thing. Then adding the game of counting red cars is an excellent way to decrease the ange "Ally gets upset when it's time to leave the park, and mom has a way to help calm her down. It (..) will help a child realize that all feelings are okay and there are ways to feel better." - C. Smith "To explain feelings on a level that small children can understand is always a great thing. Then adding the game of counting red cars is an excellent way to decrease the anger quicker with fun." - Stacey Langley "Illustrations are fabulous!" - Deborah Lane "It gives a metaphor a child could easily understand to work through negative feelings and come out in a calmer place at the end." - Ashley E When children are young their emotions come in peaks and valleys. Sometimes they're super excited, sometimes they're sad, and sometimes they lose control and express themselves by throwing a temper tantrum. These outbursts of emotions are common for parents and kids of all walks of life and can be leveraged by parents who want to teach impulse control, improved behavior, and better mindfulness. That's why Ally’s swirly world was written to help parents understand the "why" behind a tantrum as well as what's going on inside their child's brain when they're acting out, feeling scared, or reacting to stressful situations. An adorable journey featuring a mother and her young daughter, this book is a great reminder about how all emotions are accepted and that proper behaviors can be learned by kids and taught by moms and dads. In fact, your love is the perfect space where emotions can be processed, expressed, and shared together. In this book parents will learn how mindfulness helps kid's create better coping skills, but also a variety of other useful tools, including: • How love can be used to process emotions and support positive behaviors • Why feelings of anger and frustration come and go and are non-threatening • How a calm voice and demeanor can soothe a child and minimize meltdowns • Providing children relief from stress, anxiety, or big feelings and emotions • How children often mimic the behaviors of their mothers and fathers • Moving forward and adapting to behavioral changes in the future This is an opportunity to learn and grow as a parent while teaching your child valuable mindfulness and self-control skills they can use long into adulthood. And it should be the first book you read on tantrums, emotions, and how to inspire positive behaviors each and every day. When you need help better understanding why your child feels or acts the way they do in times of crisis, or you just want to connect with them on a deeper level, learn more about temper tantrums and emotional control with Ally’s swirly world.


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"Ally gets upset when it's time to leave the park, and mom has a way to help calm her down. It (..) will help a child realize that all feelings are okay and there are ways to feel better." - C. Smith "To explain feelings on a level that small children can understand is always a great thing. Then adding the game of counting red cars is an excellent way to decrease the ange "Ally gets upset when it's time to leave the park, and mom has a way to help calm her down. It (..) will help a child realize that all feelings are okay and there are ways to feel better." - C. Smith "To explain feelings on a level that small children can understand is always a great thing. Then adding the game of counting red cars is an excellent way to decrease the anger quicker with fun." - Stacey Langley "Illustrations are fabulous!" - Deborah Lane "It gives a metaphor a child could easily understand to work through negative feelings and come out in a calmer place at the end." - Ashley E When children are young their emotions come in peaks and valleys. Sometimes they're super excited, sometimes they're sad, and sometimes they lose control and express themselves by throwing a temper tantrum. These outbursts of emotions are common for parents and kids of all walks of life and can be leveraged by parents who want to teach impulse control, improved behavior, and better mindfulness. That's why Ally’s swirly world was written to help parents understand the "why" behind a tantrum as well as what's going on inside their child's brain when they're acting out, feeling scared, or reacting to stressful situations. An adorable journey featuring a mother and her young daughter, this book is a great reminder about how all emotions are accepted and that proper behaviors can be learned by kids and taught by moms and dads. In fact, your love is the perfect space where emotions can be processed, expressed, and shared together. In this book parents will learn how mindfulness helps kid's create better coping skills, but also a variety of other useful tools, including: • How love can be used to process emotions and support positive behaviors • Why feelings of anger and frustration come and go and are non-threatening • How a calm voice and demeanor can soothe a child and minimize meltdowns • Providing children relief from stress, anxiety, or big feelings and emotions • How children often mimic the behaviors of their mothers and fathers • Moving forward and adapting to behavioral changes in the future This is an opportunity to learn and grow as a parent while teaching your child valuable mindfulness and self-control skills they can use long into adulthood. And it should be the first book you read on tantrums, emotions, and how to inspire positive behaviors each and every day. When you need help better understanding why your child feels or acts the way they do in times of crisis, or you just want to connect with them on a deeper level, learn more about temper tantrums and emotional control with Ally’s swirly world.

33 review for Ally's swirly world: Children's Book Helping Parents Raise Mindful Kids, Understand Tantrums and Relieve Stress, Anxiety (Ages 3 5, Growing Up & Facts of Life Emotions Feelings)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Liz Etnyre

    Lovely illustrations. Text is a bit too small to easily read on a Kindle Fire. The 'let's rewind what happened today' part could have been expanded on - I don't think 1 comparatively text heavy page is a sufficient recap for the intended audience of 3 - 5 year olds. I was particularly surprised that there was no further emphasis on the breathing 'that will help use see what's going on inside', that will help kids make sense of and gain control of those turbulent emotions. Recommended, particular Lovely illustrations. Text is a bit too small to easily read on a Kindle Fire. The 'let's rewind what happened today' part could have been expanded on - I don't think 1 comparatively text heavy page is a sufficient recap for the intended audience of 3 - 5 year olds. I was particularly surprised that there was no further emphasis on the breathing 'that will help use see what's going on inside', that will help kids make sense of and gain control of those turbulent emotions. Recommended, particularly to mindful parents with good eyesight! 3.5 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    3.5 out of 5 stars This book is a great read for those children between the ages of 3 to 5 years old . It teaches the child how to be mindful and help relieve anxiety and tantrums . When Ally doesn't want to leave the park and throws a tantrum her mother takes her through each step to help her work through why she is throwing the tantrum and how to calm down . I read this story to my great niece and she loved every second of it . The illustrations are well drawn and the story does convey a gre 3.5 out of 5 stars This book is a great read for those children between the ages of 3 to 5 years old . It teaches the child how to be mindful and help relieve anxiety and tantrums . When Ally doesn't want to leave the park and throws a tantrum her mother takes her through each step to help her work through why she is throwing the tantrum and how to calm down . I read this story to my great niece and she loved every second of it . The illustrations are well drawn and the story does convey a great message. I will say order the paper back when you get this book the print is a little light and hard to see on the e book copy. Over all this book is a great read for your young children and will give you some ideas on how to cope with tantrums . Check it out great gift for your young reader to help them out .

  3. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    Its a cute book and its definitely a learning experience for kids. I do think for the mind of a 3-4 year old it needs to be explained a little bit better with why we take breaths to calm down. Its great in explaining HOW you take deep breaths and comparing it to a storm and waves but a 3-4 year old might not understand the context of a tornado or huge storm the way we do. They might know what they are but it might not click as easily or quickly when they are upset. Also, the text was really smal Its a cute book and its definitely a learning experience for kids. I do think for the mind of a 3-4 year old it needs to be explained a little bit better with why we take breaths to calm down. Its great in explaining HOW you take deep breaths and comparing it to a storm and waves but a 3-4 year old might not understand the context of a tornado or huge storm the way we do. They might know what they are but it might not click as easily or quickly when they are upset. Also, the text was really small. There was an error or 2 but not a huge deal. At least for me but when children are learning to read which is about this age group it should be corrected.

  4. 5 out of 5

    **Elle**Bee**Double U**

    Excellent book to help children be mindful of emotions they may be feeling. My daughter (she's 6) she read this and enjoyed reading and doing some of the activities at the end of the book. This book deals with emotions (anxiety and stress) we've been trying to get my daughter to understand and express in different ways. If I had any complaint about the book it would be I wish the text was a bit darker. There were some pages my daughter couldn't completely read and see the words because they were Excellent book to help children be mindful of emotions they may be feeling. My daughter (she's 6) she read this and enjoyed reading and doing some of the activities at the end of the book. This book deals with emotions (anxiety and stress) we've been trying to get my daughter to understand and express in different ways. If I had any complaint about the book it would be I wish the text was a bit darker. There were some pages my daughter couldn't completely read and see the words because they were too light for her. But beyond that excellent book and illustrations!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Spelling Errors & Tiny Text. I, the Mama, wanted to give this book a 2 because it was really difficult to see the words. The book isn't set up to tap on the words nor the photo to make them bigger. There are also some typos on location 9 of 11 when they are counting red cars. My 4 year old and husband enjoyed the book and the illustrations were great. They told me that I should at least give it a 3. My 4 year old is learning to read. This book, with its typos would be confusing. Spelling Errors & Tiny Text. I, the Mama, wanted to give this book a 2 because it was really difficult to see the words. The book isn't set up to tap on the words nor the photo to make them bigger. There are also some typos on location 9 of 11 when they are counting red cars. My 4 year old and husband enjoyed the book and the illustrations were great. They told me that I should at least give it a 3. My 4 year old is learning to read. This book, with its typos would be confusing.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Lillard-Waugh

    Mindfulness is important for us all I loved the illustrations and focus on mindfulness. The process of the mother taking the time to walk her child through what she was feeling and why was awesome. My only critique would be as someone that works with young children some of the words would be hard for a small child to comprehend. Basically at times it's a little wordy. Other than that it was a lovely book. Mindfulness is important for us all I loved the illustrations and focus on mindfulness. The process of the mother taking the time to walk her child through what she was feeling and why was awesome. My only critique would be as someone that works with young children some of the words would be hard for a small child to comprehend. Basically at times it's a little wordy. Other than that it was a lovely book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vickie Chaisson

    Tantrums and disappointment management for kids! Madeline Matthew's has a simple but effective way of breaking down two hard emotions for children to control. The illustrations in this book are very effective in telling the story. This book would be a very great let's read book. I loved the big breathe and let it out concept. Tantrums and disappointment management for kids! Madeline Matthew's has a simple but effective way of breaking down two hard emotions for children to control. The illustrations in this book are very effective in telling the story. This book would be a very great let's read book. I loved the big breathe and let it out concept.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    This is a wonderful way to help teach your children about how emotions are part of their lives and how to handle the ups and downs of everyday interactions with adults. I think many parents would get a lot out of this book and will be suggesting to the ones I know to do just that

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Loved the illustrations. Was a bit hard to read because the color was to light. Really liked that the mother walked the child through what to do step by step.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lori Hammons

    I love how emotions are explained to the child in this story. More importantly, mom taking a couple deep breaths before dealing with the tantrum is a good reminder for parents.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Martinez (ilovebooksandstuffblog)

    A great little story on how to deal with anger and disappointment for children. My daughter enjoyed the story and we can definitely relate.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Staci

    Very helpful story. Understanding emotional reactions is important. For both adults and children. Finding a medium to communicate this knowledge between them can be difficult.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mona williams

    this was a very cute story of a little girls day at the park. she doesnt want to leave and her mother tells her a story to explain about leaving the park. loved the pictures.

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    Cay

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    Judy Lewallen

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    Zachary Harless

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