Around five children in every classroom have a mental health problem and many more struggle with challenges from bullying to bereavement. This Children's Mental Health Week, we're providing you with lots of tips to help your child look after their mental wellbeing and speak about their worries.
Watch a video
In this video author of Ruby's Worry, Tom Percival, talks about his books and shares his top tips for looking after your mental health.
Tips for parents
Your child might find it easier to express their worries by writing it down, or see it reflected in a book they're reading.
Activities for children
This arts and crafts activity is fun, simple and can help calm your child during emotional times.
By putting pen to paper, your child can work out what’s bothering them and think about ways to make them feel better.
Print and colour in these activities for your child, courtesy of Flying Eye Books and Usborne, to help soothe your child.
Find a book to help your child feel happier and more confident.
Enter our competition to get your hands on a book all about mental or physical health.