The Secret Code of Senses: Dyslexia Version

Jordan P. Novak (Author, Illustrator) · Cody Rounds (Author)

$10.00

This book introduces children to the language of the senses and teaches them strategies to help them cope with unpleasant sensations. Children who learn these types of self-regulation techniques can use them to become happier and more mindful of both what is happening around them and what is going on within.

Description

Our bodies are bombarded with sensory information all day every day. As adults, we know how to filter out what we don’t need to attend to in order to function in the world, but children can feel overwhelmed with sensory overload. Teaching children methods of intentional sensing is an effective way of helping them to understand what their bodies are telling them—the secret code that is the language of the body. This book introduces children to the language of the senses and teaches them specific strategies to help them cope with sensations that are unpleasant or overpowering, causing stress or unhappiness. Children who learn these types of self-regulation techniques can use them to become happier and more mindful of both what is happening around them and what is going on within.

This book is printed with a special dyslexia-friendly font that is easier for some children to read. The book also comes printed in a more standard font. Additionally, there is an accompanying instructor guidebook to help children implement the strategies they are learning in the student book. (See below.)

Details

Ages
4, 5, 6, 7
Grades
Pre-K, K, 1, 2
Subjects
Mindfulness, Social-Emotional Concerns
Formats
Dyslexia-Friendly
Pages
34
ISBN
978-0-89824-729-1
Order Code
7291