No need to be an egghead to find Eggspressions Learning Emotions Play Set absolutely EGGcellent! HaPe's Eggspressions Learning Emotions Play Set is a storybook and a set of six wooden eggs, each showing one of the most important emotions. The book helps the children to learn about emotions. The wooden eggs help your children to learn expressing them! Eggspressions Learning Emotions Play Set from Education Toys Planet is an excellent tool for every toddler or preschooler: little ones who are just learning to identify their feelings and to convey it with words; to the non-verbal kids; to children with speaking disabilities; to older kids who need further guidance and reassurance about their feelings. So, create a more peaceful and fun atmosphere in your home by letting your kids communicate their emotions not with screaming, but with these adorable and sturdy eggs!
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the best toy to teach emotions
by Wilma on May 9, 2014
I was explaining my 3 year old that people need to express their emotions, and wanted to find the plaything to illustrate my explanation. Here is the best one! We love finding the emotion "buddy" of the day, and then see it in the book. I heard my daughter telling her toys about emotions. Girls... always teaching...
by Brenna, VA on Nov 24, 2010
It is so cute! I'm thinking about giving it to my doctor for use with kids who have to tell her what their pain level is. (That's why I bought it) But it's so nice that I'm having a hard time giving it away. I might keep it until Mason (age 2) is a bit older. It would be a great gift for him.
by Natasha, FL on Aug 19, 2010
I got what I expected w/ a 2 year old being cranky and hoped to use them to teach her to try and control or better understand her moods, but she doesn't really care for them
by Jason, CA on Aug 18, 2010
It is eggceptional! I find it useful in discussing emotions and feelings.
by Teresa, GA on Jun 27, 2010
by Barbara, WY on Aug 31, 2009
by Tatyana, NY on May 9, 2009
my son is 18 months old.. he absolutely loves it..