Birth & up. Children will relate to this lovable set of bears and matching blanket that encourages social emotional development. The four soft and colorful bears will help children identify and label the common emotions of happy, sad, angry, and scared. Have children match the bear to the corresponding color on the blanket, and discuss each emotion. Each bear is 11" tall. Machine washable.
2 years & up. Unscramble the confusion of emotions with this innovatively designed figure set! With the Eggspressions Figure and Book Set, children can learn to communicate their feelings effectively. This set features 6 wooden eggs - 5 with expressions and one without an expression for children to add their own. It also includes a book with activities to help children identify their feelings and develop communication skills. Made with wood sourced from environmentally sustainable forest and… More »
2 - 6 years. Emotiblocks is an entertaining game to help children become familiar with their emotions. Using characters with interchangeable pieces, this enables them to create likeable characters. They can build over 100 possible combinations. Also includes activity cards where children will be given them one by one and encouraged to describe what they see on them and build a similar character. They will have lots of fun talking about the features of each-type of hair, skin color, and gestures-and… More »
3 years & up. The perfect accessory for dramatic play! Always look your best, check your facial features and discover different emotions with this set of 4 mirrors. Features a dry erase board on back and a face that can be filled in to look just like you.
2 years & up. This set of 24 wooden tiles represents 12 different emotions that children can learn to identify and recognize. Additional learning takes place when children match the emotions with the emotions on the board.
2 years & up. These beautiful stones offer a tactile and visual way of introducing young children to emotions. Each stone is engraved to provide important sensory feedback. Set of 8 stones measure approximately 2.75"L each.
18 months & up. Whether you are happy, sad, upset, or afraid, these four Emotion Figurines are excellent props to express yourself. This set of four expressive dolls will allow children to role-play, identify feelings and expressions, and build upon their social and emotional skills. These easy to grip figurines are the perfect size for small hands and great to use in interactive discussions about emotions. Encourage children to identify the emotions each figure is expressing. If they are too… More »
3 years & up. This cuddly pal will help children identify and feel comfortable with their emotions. Introducing facial vocabulary helps children understand how they feel moment to moment, day to day. Feelings Friend has an assortment of facial features in its front pouch and includes illustrated emotion cards, conversation starters, and a social-emotional development guide. Measures 12" high.
3 years & up. Give the children in your classroom an opportunity to identify their personal feelings with 50 common life scenarios. Children may not always feel the same way as their peers in specific situations and life events. This set gives them the self-discovery tools needed to evaluate how they feel and to understand that others may not feel the same way. Includes a set of emotions tiles for 10 children (depicting 6 emotions each), instruction cards, and 50 activity card(s).
3 years & up. Kaplan's Emotion Sorting Boxes help children identify and sort through their feelings. The set includes 20 scenario tiles and 4 emotion boxes with 4 different expressions. Children will choose a tile, identify what is happening in the picture and how they would feel if they experienced that scenario, and then place their tile in the box that best represents that emotion. Makes a fantastic children's emotional health activity!
2 years & up. This set of stones will help children express their emotions when they cannot find the words to do so. Choosing an image that represents their emotion will enable them to explore how they are feeling, what triggered their response and how it can be managed constructively. Being able to do so will encourage healthy self-regulation, support children's development and their engagement with others. Size approximately 1.75".
3 years & up. This pocket chart offers a safe, easy way for children to identify and share their emotions. Children can choose to share emotions with everyone by displaying their craft stick under an emotion, or flip over the stick to keep feelings private. Set includes enough supplies for a classroom - a polyester pocket chart, activity guide, 17 feelings cards, 5 blank cards, 5 organization cards and 30 people shape craft sticks for children to personalize.
3 years & up. Children will be able to express their feelings and emotions by using the How Do I Feel Journal. Each journal contains 16 pages with alternating writing prompts on each page and a large area to draw. These journals are great for children who are learning to tell their story through pictures, are beginning writers or have been writing for a while. Set of 10. Each journal measures 8.5" x 11".
3 years & up. Educate your children on the importance of empathy and compassion with this Understanding Feelings Learning Kit. This kit promotes social and emotional learning, literacy, and collaborative learning. This engaging take-home kit invites families to join together in understanding and identifying emotions. The kit includes a book, learning materials, and an activity card(s).
18 months & up. The Baby Monster is full of personality and ready to help children cope with their anxiety and fears. It features a huge mouth with an air-filled squeaker full of different sounds. Children can write or draw their troubles on a piece of paper and feed it to the Baby Monster--he can hold on to their worries for them! Hand wash using mild soap and water, air dry. Measures 13"H x 8"W 8"D.
3 years & up. As children grow and develop it is important for them to establish a secure sense of self and a strong sense of self with others. These books boost self-confidence and help children learn to grow and foster positive relationships.
2 years & up. Help children strengthen their expressive and receptive language as they learn to talk about feelings and emotions with these easy-to-hold, double-sided mirrors. One side is a regular mirror and the other side is a "fun mirror" that warps reflections giving an amusing appearance. Each unbreakable, non-glass mirror measures 4"H x 6"L.
3 years & up. This beautifully crafted set of tactile stones is engraved with faces showing 12 common emotions. Children learn about feelings by watching others. Using these emotion stones give children an activity to promote emotional development. These stones include happiness, fear, sadness, surprise, anger, confused, shyness, and more. These stones are durable in sand and water, indoors and out, providing opportunities to explore emotions across different environments. Set of 12 stones measure 2.25" wide each.
3 years & up. Make puzzles more exciting with this Friendly Bear Family Dress-Up Self Correcting Puzzle with Storage Box. Children will be delighted as they mix and match different outfits and emotions for the friendly bear family. This wooden puzzle promotes problem solving, fine motor skills, color recognition, and social emotional learning. Use this puzzle for a fun, interactive story time. This wooden set contains 45 mix-and-match pieces to dress the bear family. The pieces come in a wooden… More »
4 years & up. Match and learn with this fun twist on classic domino games! Children will strengthen literacy and math skills and will also learn to identify different emotions with this set of dominoes. Perfect for classroom activities or for family engagement. Set includes 3 game tins: Emotions Dominoes Game, Rhyming Words Dominoes, and Ten Frame Dominoes Game. Each game tin includes 28 dominoes.