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Dec 16

Review: Moodsters Mirror

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Moodsters are on the case to help you with your feelings. 

Moodsters mirror

Moodsters are toys that help kids with their feelings. Gina’s Library of Reviews is happy to bring you this review for their Moodster Mirror.

My Thoughts about the Moodster Mirror:

Young children often stuggle with their feelings. They don’t always know how to express how they feel, or truly understand what they are feeling. The Moodsters help them with this struggle.

The Moodsters are five lovable little detectives who use special sleuthing skills to help children solve the mysteries of feelings. With the help of Moodsters, children learn that all feelings are okay—you just have to get to know them!

The Moodsters is a first-of-its-kind brand, created to educate, entertain, and enhance the social and emotional development of children. Through engaging characters, stories and toys, The Moodsters will teach children a vocabulary for their feelings, help them understand and manage their emotions, and impart simple strategies that help kids handle the everyday challenges of growing up. The Moodsters provide the platform from which parents and preschoolers can talk about feelings, creating a fun bonding and learning experience for all.

Parents can also download an app to help their children learn about feelings through play. Children think they are just playing an app, but they are actually learning about their feelings. This gives them a hand on experience to learn more about not only their own feelings but the feelings of others.

Preschoolers are often blissfully unaware of how their emotions show on their faces, or how to read others’ faces for clues to their feelings. The Moodster Mirror helps them make the connection between feelings on the inside and facial expressions on the outside. Kids make a happy, sad, angry, scared, or loving face into the Moodster Mirror, and they are able to see what these feelings look like to others. By turning the dial, kids select the matching Moodster to hear the character’s wisdom about that particular feeling, which will help kids recognize their own emotions and non-verbal cues. Includes full-color, 32-page storybook, “A Time to be Kind.”

Ages 3+ MSRP $19.99

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To learn more about the moodster mirror or to purchase your own, check them out on their website.

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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