Birdwatching

Teaching tool from here.

Have I blogged about the angry birds in our home before?  I thought I should just remind myself again of this helpful teaching tool. I am sure many of you have played the game angry birds, but this is a take on the game. It reflects back how ‘my’ behaviour is being viewed. When I get upset I may be using my eyes to show my disappointment, or sharp, cutting, unkind words. At times when I feel so, so angry I may allow myself to throw an object or use my body in an uncontrolled manner. In consultation with one of my young ones we added the voice out of control too – the loud screaming and primal noises that erupt in frustration.
 Have you been birdwatching lately? Spotted any angry birds in your home?

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