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The Moodsters are five lovable little detectives who use special sleuthing skills to help children solve the mysteries of feelings.
My Thoughts on The Moodsters Meter:
I’ve previously reviewed The Moodsters Mirror. This review is for their Moodsters Mirror. Here is some information on the Meter:
Young children often don’t have the verbal skills to put their feelings into words. The Meter puts those tools in the child’s hands—literally! This interactive teaching toy gives children a basic vocabulary of feelings and helps them express themselves. The Meter has a special Power Up button enabling children to point the arrow to the Mood that represents how they are feeling, opening doors for calm communication about emotions. Includes full-color, 32-page storybook, “Meet the Moodsters.”
This is the perfect toy for a close family friend’s daughter. The little girl is only 4 and struggles with expressing her feelings with words instead of crying and hitting. All young child struggle with this from time to time. I love these products and how they are a fun toy but also allow children to voice their feelings quicker and more efficiently.
They have one more toy that I have not reviewed. They also sell a Feelings Flashlight.
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