Feelings ChartMy First Feelings Chart for Toddlers
How is your toddler feeling today?
Our Feelings Chart is a great way to find out!
Kids can quickly learn the words to emotions with this fun animal Feelings Chart.
Feelings can be hard for little kids to name. With our My First Feelings Chart, your child can point to how they are feeling.
Fun and colourful it’s the perfect way to encourage preschoolers to identify their moods and talk about how they are feeling.
Features cute animal characters
Kids just love the cute expressive animals on this Feelings Chart, which is based on our popular book Feelings and Me.
They can point to the animal and name their feeling. Each animal has a different feeling, like the happy panda, an angry lion or the shy mouse!
Includes other emotion words such as sad, scared, silly, and worried.
Name feelings to improve emotional literacy
Identifying feelings improves emotional intelligence and builds vocabulary and emotional literacy.
When kids are encouraged to name their feelings they will be better able to manage their behaviour and communicate successfully.
It is also an ideal visual tool for children who aren’t able to speak yet or who need visual prompts.
Great for Classroom Check-ins
Great for checking in with kids about how they are feeling or as a mood chart at childcare or school.
Teach kids the words for their emotions.
A beautiful back-to-school decoration for classrooms and therapy offices.
Ideal feelings poster for preschools, daycare, kindergartens and classrooms.
Quality Feelings Chart
Our Laminated Chart is printed on quality paper.
It’s A3 size and ships flat which means with no annoying rolled edges.
Easy to hang or will fit in an A3 size frame.