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The Feelings Book Board book – September 21, 2005
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I feel frustrated because this book is not what I hoped for. (Feeling!)
I feel happy because I can return it. (Feeling!)
I feel like this book is useless. (Opinion)
I feel like leaving my first Amazon product review so other parents don't waste their money. (Want/desire)
I feel better now.
From an educational and developmental learning perspective, this book meets developmental benchmarks typical for both Social and Emotional skills and Literacy skills.
Note: I use the Experience Early Learning Developmental Framework ([...]) for many of my reviews, especially those products geared towards children under age 5. I find this particular developmental continuum to be aligned with NAEYC, accurate, detailed, and comprehensive. - not for any financial profit. Additionally, "The Feelings Book" encourages skill developmental in Common Core's ELA Standards in much the same way as all books can. The language used in book will certainly help children who are struggling to identify their feeling and provides good practice for young children.
We first bought The Family Book by Todd Parr, recommended by a children’s art-based therapist. Let me preface this by saying that I buy my fair share of books on emotional intelligence designed for kids, and my girl likes them. But any book that she recognizes as overtly trying to teach her something, she can be more stubborn about because she’s a kid and a little stubborn stinker sometimes. She’s not with Todd Parr books, she goes to grab them to read without me insisting.
The messages are wonderful, poignant, and subtle, but effective. I think her favorite part is the vibrant childlike illustrations.
We have loved every single Todd Parr book, this one, The Family Book, and Love the World. They have all been true winners. Nothing problematic, just great messages in a form kids love to digest. Would give 10 stars. I will continue to buy Todd Parr probably until we have them all.
Also, this feelings book is great because it talks about emotions “sometimes I feel cranky”, but other relatable feelings like “sometimes I feel like I have a tummy ache” and “sometimes I feel like staying in the bathtub all day” ...things that are more concrete for kids to relate to.
I don’t know anything about Todd Parr’s background, but he hits the mark with these books.
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Well written, colourful and appealing to all ages....especially my two year old!