Monday, March 26, 2012

Teaching kids about feelings

Have you ever been stumped when it comes to answering one of your toddler's questions? Let's face it, every parent has stumbled once in a while, unsure of what to say or wanting to get the explanation just right. It can be the simplest question, but for some reason, as parents we get stuck. How about the topic of feelings? It can be tricky teaching kids to cope with feelings and relating to how others feel. Enter...A LITTLE BOOK ABOUT FEELINGS from the award-winning "Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show"

A LITTLE BOOK ABOUT FEELINGS is a helpful book for toddlers and will help them identify emotions. The book dives into feeling happy, mad, sad, shy, curious and more and lets the youngest of readers know that everybody in the world has emotions--even pets! Told as simple as can be, toddlers will be fascinated with the pictures of stuffed animals and parents will love the message that "feelings are clues to help you understand what you need and who you are."

Kindergartners will also appreciate an accompanying book...MY FEELINGS: ACTIVITY BOOK that allows them to write and draw in the book, helping them to identify their feelings while having fun. Ruby's Studio also offers DVDs and apps, so be sure to visit their website.

Additional Information:
Reading level: Ages 3-6
Hardcover: 30 pages
ISBN-10: 0615533736
ISBN-13: 978-0615533735
Source of review copy: publicist
Disclosure: Some of the books I review are received from publishers , PR agencies, and authors, but it does not sway my opinion of the book.

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