Kids love it!
Has both things she loves unicorns and scribbling. She made my daughter read it twice in a row. Very happy
Handy for kids to pick up as they feel the need. Thanks!
Educator Mini Bundle Plush
I read this book to my Kindergarten students and they loved it. We had an activity afterward where they drew their "scribble", we added the faces and they came out so cute. Thank you for reminding us that not everything is "just a scribble"
Such a cute book! I love it and my granddaughters do too! The illustrations are great
Our son has been having a tough time expressing his big emotions and since we ordered these plush toys, with the emotion books, he has been able to identify and describe his emotions so clearly. Still working through how we shrink some of those emotion spots by using our Peaceful spot but he is really progressing with these and absolutely loves them. He takes them in his backpack everyday to school and they sleep with him in bed at night. One very insightful thing we noticed right away is we always thought he had anger outbursts but the anxiety spot is the one he uses quite often. We have recommended this program to his school.
I love this book!
I didn't open it returned it
I put them up through my classroom and the kids love it. I put the confidence spot next to the turn in bin and it really makes them think:)
Our kiddo’s school counselor uses these when she does read-aloud and we wanted to get a set to use at home with both kids. They love how cute they are and the book cover/poster is very helpful for naming feelings. Thanks for the fast shipping!
Love the paint guy 1
My daughter teaches kdg thru 1st grade autistic children. She loves them.
This is great to teach and the Brownies in Girl Guides of Canada
We’ve heard from numerous educators that they sometimes feel like they are on an island with very little help in sight. That is why we created numerous Educator Resources. We spent months talking with teachers, counselors, and homeschool parents, and listening to what they would need to make teaching EMOTIONS both educational and fun. Every item we carry is carefully designed and selected to fit a specific need.
"One of my first week of activities is going to be a project using Scribble Stones by Diane Alber. Each student will get a stone with the poem I created (thanks to @la_calaverita_2016 @sunnyk_35 and @bruinliz00 for your help). Then, I will read the book to my kiddos, and they will create their own scribble stone. During the school year, there will be various activities that the kiddos will do that connect to their personal scribble stone. I’m really looking forward to this! I hope my kiddos will enjoy it!" -@teach_run_repeat72
Beyond the Book Activities
We have discovered that incorporating beyond the book activities not only encourages children to read more but it also helps them retain the information they learned better!
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A Little SPOT of...
The “Inspire to Create a Better You!” series was originally developed to help children visualize their emotions as spots so it would be easier to identify and manage them. It later developed to explain hard topics like kindness, responsibility and honesty to encourage discussion in a fun simple way that children can understand. This series stays relevant and can be an essential learning tool for children. They can be used for social skills, life skills, whole-group lessons, and all those teachable moments in between.
Fun for the classroom! Added Jingle!
This series has near-infinite replayability" not only as story books but arts activities as well. They help children understand that something as simple as a scribble or a snippet can not only be a great story but a masterpiece as well. It gives children confidence to create their own art despite their artistic ability while teaching them important lessons in empathy, kindness and inclusion.
Never let a unicorn…
This is a humorous series that weaves together art principles, believing in yourself, character traits, empathy and educational standards. This series specifically brings in how imagination plays into a child’s learning.