EYFS Book Series

£4.00
"Pink's Monday Blues" unfolds as Pink experiences a bout of sadness without a clear reason. During this story, Pink's friend, Red, notices his low spirits and inquires about his well-being. Pink learns the value of expressing feelings, discovering that talking about them can bring relief.

RainbowSmart, designed with parents and carers in mind, aims to facilitate communication with children, helping them understand the world around them. The 40-story book series covers diverse scenarios, from reducing screen time to caring for the environment and fostering positive behaviour during the crucial early years.

Characters in the stories navigate support for feelings and emotions, providing children with skills applicable to real-life situations. Recommended for ages 3 to 7, these books charmingly explore feelings and emotions.

RainbowSmart's award-winning social stories support children's personal development, enhancing their knowledge of staying safe, keeping healthy, and being responsible. Tailored examples like "Green's Daddy Moves Out" or "Pink Misses Mummy" offer assistance for specific challenges, encouraging parental support in managing difficult emotions and situations as children grow.
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We create interactive PSHE resources for primary children. As part of the media generation, we know how important it is to engage and teach from a young age. Each module is carefully created by PSHE and Safeguarding experts together with schools and, most importantly, children. We are proud to offer resources to over 2,000 schools in 47 UK counties and across the world.

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  • 1decision Ltd Suite 1, Niall House 24-26 Boulton Road Stevenage, Herts, SG1 4QX
  • 01438 750330
  • info@1decision.co.uk
  • Company ID:07875122

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