2015 Holidays, Books Reviews, Parenting

Moodsters book sets will help your child navigate through emotions

This is a promotional post. I was sent product for my honest review


Holiday Gift Guide Feature
Moodsters Book Sets
Talking about emotions and mood with our children can be difficult. We tend to wait until situations arise and suddenly we are left afterwards with a toddler who is very angry or a child who is anxious. It is hard to know the right things to say that will help their emotions because saying the wrong things may highly impact them in a negative way. Some topics are best discussed through books and activities that speak to them in a way they can understand when we can’t find the words. Moodsters are those words and situations.
Complete with a book and tool and from an award-winning child development and parenting expert, Denise Daniels, the Moodsters are a group of kids and characters that help talk through these emotions with you and your child. After reviewing my Moodster set, Meet the Moodsters with the Moodster Reader, I feel that every household needs the Moodsters. With the Holidays coming, this is such a great gift for families of children young and older!
The Moodster Sets
  1. Meet the Moodsters: comes with a Moodster Reader. Help your child put their feelings into words which is difficult for them to do. This even works for children as young as 3. Let them turn the arrow to share their mood and avoid the tantrums and crying meltdowns as they learn to communicate with words and the Moodster Reader!
  2. A Time to Be Kind: coms with a Moodster Mirror. Help your child see their emotions by learning about expression. Even with our teenager we will raise our voice with a response and we get “Why are you yelling at me. I wasn’t trying to say…” and leads us to respond by telling him we were unaware of how he felt because this tone and expression says otherwise. Kids as young as Preschool age can be taught that their body and facial language on the outside greatly sends a message to others about how they feel on the inside.
  3. The Scary Sleepover: comes with a Moodster Feelings Flashlight. Every child hits that ‘dark is scary’ stage at least once in their life. My son is seven and still is not comfortable with the dark. When you point the flashlight to a ceiling or wall, the Moodsters appear in fun ways depending on the chosen emotion. 
You can find the Moodster set right for you or have all 3 on hand for those moments emotions run high! 

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