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The Feels with Resource Guide

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Learning about your emotions and expressing them in a healthy way can be tricky, but The Feels are here to help! This educational set is designed to help kids identify their moods and practice emotional regulation by exploring the story of The Feels. 

The included picture book uses The Feels plushies to guide readers through each feeling in a compassionate, empathetic way. A soft mountain pillow is included so that you can store each plush, making it easy to keep this set organized and accessible whenever you need it.

Each of the five included mini plushes represents an emotion: sad, mad, scared, worried, and calm. In The Feels book, Yeti must dive into her feelings and learn about herself to discover what to do when her emotions feel out of control. 

Each of The Feels must be understood in different ways, and readers are encouraged to connect the story with their own experiences to build key emotional understanding skills. A Resource Guide is included with reflection questions and activities to help facilitators get the most out of this set.

This set includes:

  • 5 mini Feels stuffed animals that have emotions labeled on the back of each one. Students can use a mini yeti to match the feelings in the story. This creates a tangible way for students to interact with the story and maintain interest. Size: 6" L x 4.5" W
  • The Feels Book is a beautifully illustrated hardcover book that follows Yeti as she goes on a journey with Alpaca and learns to manage her emotions. Size: 10" W x 8" L
  • Mountain Storage Pillow- this soft mountain includes a slot for each Feels doll so that you can put them to sleep when you are done reading. Size: 18" W x 15" L
  • Feels Resource Guide with facts about feelings, questions for reflection, suggested activities, and tips for caregivers.

Recommended for ages 3 and up.

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