My First Emotions has been developed by experts to help children learn to understand and manage emotions. Use play, stories and music to encourage nourishing emotional development and nurture a healthy, happy human.
My First Emotions provides guidance based around six essential parenting skills, plus a range of multisensory, connected tools and activity ideas to help you bring emotions to life.
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Teach Your Child About Emotions
We all have emotions – good and bad – and no one is born with a natural ability to cope. Children need other people, especially their parents, to teach them about emotions. This set will help your child to understand and learn to cope with emotions, focusing on love, happiness, sadness, anger and fear.
Beautiful, Engaging Materials
You might expect a resource about emotions to be cute, but we promise you will be so happy when you get your box and open it! Our care and attention is shown in beautiful illustrations, touching stories and fun games. You will want to start playing with your child straight away, and the activities will strengthen the loving bond between you. You’ll fall in love with My First Emotions!
For A Healthy, Happy Life
My First Emotions is based on the latest research about emotional awareness, validation and regulation in both children and adults, and the effects of parenting styles. Early emotional awareness lays the foundation for a healthy, happy life for your little one, from relationships to job success.
Inside The Box
See a sample from the Parent’s Guide.
Robbie The Rabbit Puppet
5 Illustrated Storybooks
5 Emotion Toys
30 Story Cards
Songs And Music
See a sample from the Activity Book.
What People Say
“It’s an absolutely amazing set. My daughter and I became closer using it.” | “I’m ecstatic and recommend it to everyone.” | “We are delighted. I learned a lot myself.” | “My child wants to play with ‘Emotions’ all day long.”
Created By Experts
The author of My First Emotions is Dr John Lambie, Reader in Psychology at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England. He is a Chartered Psychologist, and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.