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The children in Miss Happy Morejoy's preschool class were surprised one morning when their beloved teacher arrived looking sad. The kids found out why Miss Happy's smile was missing and they were saddened too. But then they reminded her of the power of happy. To chase away the blues, Miss Happy and her preschoolers played the Happy Game, a fun and engaging activity that li The children in Miss Happy Morejoy's preschool class were surprised one morning when their beloved teacher arrived looking sad. The kids found out why Miss Happy's smile was missing and they were saddened too. But then they reminded her of the power of happy. To chase away the blues, Miss Happy and her preschoolers played the Happy Game, a fun and engaging activity that lifted everyone's spirit. Read "Things that Make Me Happy" to or with your children and infuse happiness into their lives. Happy children do better socially and academically and generally also feel better about themselves. Happiness is an emotional and mental state of well-being that promotes positive energy and contributes to feelings of self-worth and self-confidence. Life however, is not always cheery and fun. Things happen that sadden us, adults and children alike. And it is okay to be sad and even healthy to cry and allow time for sadness, so long as it is not for a prolonged period of time. When sadness lasts too long we must do something about it. There are different ways to cheer ourselves and others and it is a good idea to do so. One of the most effective methods to cure the blues - a technique that works for all age groups - is thinking happy thoughts and then vocally expressing the happy thoughts. In "Things that Make Me Happy" preschool kids chase sadness away with happy thoughts they say out loud.


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The children in Miss Happy Morejoy's preschool class were surprised one morning when their beloved teacher arrived looking sad. The kids found out why Miss Happy's smile was missing and they were saddened too. But then they reminded her of the power of happy. To chase away the blues, Miss Happy and her preschoolers played the Happy Game, a fun and engaging activity that li The children in Miss Happy Morejoy's preschool class were surprised one morning when their beloved teacher arrived looking sad. The kids found out why Miss Happy's smile was missing and they were saddened too. But then they reminded her of the power of happy. To chase away the blues, Miss Happy and her preschoolers played the Happy Game, a fun and engaging activity that lifted everyone's spirit. Read "Things that Make Me Happy" to or with your children and infuse happiness into their lives. Happy children do better socially and academically and generally also feel better about themselves. Happiness is an emotional and mental state of well-being that promotes positive energy and contributes to feelings of self-worth and self-confidence. Life however, is not always cheery and fun. Things happen that sadden us, adults and children alike. And it is okay to be sad and even healthy to cry and allow time for sadness, so long as it is not for a prolonged period of time. When sadness lasts too long we must do something about it. There are different ways to cheer ourselves and others and it is a good idea to do so. One of the most effective methods to cure the blues - a technique that works for all age groups - is thinking happy thoughts and then vocally expressing the happy thoughts. In "Things that Make Me Happy" preschool kids chase sadness away with happy thoughts they say out loud.

10 review for Things that Make Me Happy (Children's Picture Book for Ages 4-8) (Children's Books with Good Values)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    The most recent release in the Mazor Book collection is bound to be a success. Targeted for an audience of children aged four through eight, the setting is a preschool classroom. The author prefaces her work by reminding adults that children like adults experience unhappy times. Adults know that they need to cure their blues; children need to learn how to do the same. In this tale, a teacher appropriately named Miss Happy Morejoy is the happiest preschool teacher in a town called Celebration. Wh The most recent release in the Mazor Book collection is bound to be a success. Targeted for an audience of children aged four through eight, the setting is a preschool classroom. The author prefaces her work by reminding adults that children like adults experience unhappy times. Adults know that they need to cure their blues; children need to learn how to do the same. In this tale, a teacher appropriately named Miss Happy Morejoy is the happiest preschool teacher in a town called Celebration. When she walks into her classroom looking sad and distraught one day, the children inquire why? She explains that her dog, Old Sam, has gone to doggie heaven. At first the children are sad and upset until they realize that he was a happy dog who would not like to see them sitting around feeling sad. Their teacher suggests that they play the Happy Game. Each of the children stands up and recites a rhyme explaining what makes he or she feel happy. Some of their happy thoughts include hugs from mom and dad, reading books, balloons, pets, and ice cream. Pretty soon the children are feeling so happy that they are dancing. As Mrs. Happy glances around the room, she realizes what truly makes her happy. I love the computer illustrations which display a diversity of cultures whose faces portray expressions of compassion and self-respect. The children's rhymes are clever and catchy; each one has an important message to share. Mazor expands a young child's vocabulary by using synonyms and introducing the meaning of more difficult words like bibliophile Readers are invited to share their feelings with Miss Happy by emailing her, a nice touch that allows readers to feel as if they have made a new friend. Do not miss adding this exceptional book to your collection. Parents, librarians and teachers will want to read this one over and over!

  2. 5 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    This is a beautifully written book with amazing illustrations and it also teaches a great lesson to children about love and loss and understanding. I really enjoyed the special rhymes inside as the kids each tell what makes them happy. Great job by the author giving this book a special feel and the fun reading kids will love.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Mazor

  4. 5 out of 5

    Angela D Miller

  5. 5 out of 5

    Donna

  6. 5 out of 5

    Najlaa Refaat

  7. 5 out of 5

    Raadia Fatima

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeani

  9. 4 out of 5

    George

  10. 4 out of 5

    SuzPepper 2.0

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