1. At Lloyd Street Primary, three twelve year old boys started exploring their emotions as part of their Grade 6 Exhibition.

    Their research led them to discovering the new emotionary dictionary of emotions app by Funny Feelings®.

    They tracked down Creator, Sarah Hatherley, and invited her into their school.

    Sarah's talk has been edited into a series of short video clips.

    In this clip Sarah talks about three important steps to learn before you can effectively manage emotions.

    There are dozens of ways to feel angry, happy or sad, and a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand will help you find just the right word to express how you feel.

    Download the free emotionary app from iTunes - search Emotionary or Funny Feelings - or click the link now itunes.apple.com/au/app/emotionary-by-funny-feelings/id515860459?mt=8

    Get to know your Funny Feelings and start sharing.

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  2. At Lloyd Street Primary, three twelve year old boys started exploring their emotions as part of their Grade 6 Exhibition.

    Their research led them to discovering the new emotionary dictionary of emotions app by Funny Feelings®.

    They tracked down Creator, Sarah Hatherley, and invited her into their school.

    Sarah's talk has been edited into a series of short video clips.

    In this clip Sarah talks about the importance of creativity in educating young people for a rapidly changing world, and how fear can stifle creativity.

    There are dozens of ways to feel angry, happy or sad, and a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand will help you find just the right word to express how you feel.

    Download the free emotionary app from iTunes - search Emotionary or Funny Feelings - or click the link now itunes.apple.com/au/app/emotionary-by-funny-feelings/id515860459?mt=8

    Get to know your Funny Feelings and start sharing.

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  3. At Lloyd Street Primary, three twelve year old boys started exploring their emotions as part of their Grade 6 Exhibition.

    Their research led them to discovering the new emotionary dictionary of emotions app by Funny Feelings®.

    They tracked down Creator, Sarah Hatherley, and invited her into their school.

    Sarah's talk has been edited into a series of short video clips.

    In this clip Sarah talks about the importance of unpleasant emotions like fear, with the accompanying surge of adrenaline, in keeping you safe during critical moments of danger. But low level fears like "worry" can drag out unpleasant feelings over a long period of time. We have more ability to regulate those longer term thoughts and anxious feelings starting with awareness and understanding.

    There are dozens of ways to feel angry, happy or sad, and a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand will help you find just the right word to express how you feel.

    Download the free emotionary app from iTunes - search Emotionary or Funny Feelings - or click the link now itunes.apple.com/au/app/emotionary-by-funny-feelings/id515860459?mt=8

    Get to know your Funny Feelings and start sharing.

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  4. At Lloyd Street Primary, three twelve year old boys started exploring their emotions as part of their Grade 6 Exhibition.

    Their research led them to discovering the new emotionary dictionary of emotions app by Funny Feelings®.

    They tracked down Creator, Sarah Hatherley, and invited her into their school.

    Sarah's talk has been edited into a series of short video clips.

    In this, the final clip, Sarah talks about the importance of developing a rich vocabulary of emotions in order to express ourselves effectively via the keyboard. With a screen between us in so many of our communications, all the empathy cues of body language, facial expressions and voice are missing. Which is why, in the digital age it has never been more important for young people to develop emotional literacy.

    There are dozens of ways to feel angry, happy or sad, and a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand will help you find just the right word to express how you feel.

    Download the free emotionary app from iTunes - search Emotionary or Funny Feelings - or click the link now itunes.apple.com/au/app/emotionary-by-funny-feelings/id515860459?mt=8

    Get to know your Funny Feelings and start sharing.

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Funny Feelings® creator Sarah Hatherley

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Funny Feelings® Creator, Sarah Hatherley, was invited into a local primary school in Melbourne, Australia to talk about her new emotionary - dictionary of emotions app - along with the other resources she has developed to help young people recognise,…


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Funny Feelings® Creator, Sarah Hatherley, was invited into a local primary school in Melbourne, Australia to talk about her new emotionary - dictionary of emotions app - along with the other resources she has developed to help young people recognise, understand and manage their emotions effectively.

Sarah's talk has been edited into a series of short video clips.

There are dozens of ways to feel angry, happy or sad, and a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand will help you find just the right word to express how you feel.

Download the free emotionary app from iTunes - search Emotionary or Funny Feelings - or click the link now itunes.apple.com/au/app/emotionary-by-funny-feelings/id515860459?mt=8

Get to know your Funny Feelings and start sharing.

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