mood For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 11 books about mood for kids.Hope you will like these books.
I really liked this one! My granddaughter did too... text in rhyme, illustrations funny, and in the back is a face you can change the eyes and mouth to show different silly emotions.
NOPE. A white man walks into a cleaning business and demands labor of a brown woman (his pants are muddy and he wants them cleaned). She explicitly tells him no and to LITERALLY keep his pants on, but he doesn't care at all and demands she do this work for him regardless. She finally gives in, and t......[Read More]
The pictures are excellent as are the expressions on the food faces but the text is wordy and a little confusing, at least for young toddlers. It's a good introduction to feelings and reading facial cues.[Read More]
Fantastic, lively, and (of course) colorful take on moods & colors. Sort of like My Many-Colored Days, but with a more down-to-earth bent, and focused on a large, cheerful African-American family. Great for one-on-ones or storytime.[Read More]
Very accessible and relatable book for children learning about the complexities of emotions. Pairs well with concepts from the movie Inside Out about how simple emotions aren't the only emotions we feel. Sometimes you can feel happy and jealous at the same time, afraid and excited, bored and confuse......[Read More]
Elegant and Simple Daily Wellness journal 94 high quality printed pages Cover: Printed in smooth Matte high quality color Sections to write in your mood, food and water intake, activities and gratitudePerfect size of 6x9 inches Keep it by your nightstand to journal every morning or night This wellne......[Read More]
All the feels, Classic Munsch-style Your favorite Classic Munsch characters are back, here to help young Munsch fans understand and articulate their feelings. Elizabeth and other familiar friends are joined by new faces to demonstrate the wonderful range of emotions we can experience in a day. With ......[Read More]
This is a good title to engaged children in movement and gross motor skills. There isn't a lot of text on each page, which makes this title a solid choice for toddler storytime. [Read More]
The first emoji journal of its kind, My emoji Journal provides creative daily prompts and lets kids of all ages express their moods in a fun, trendy medium: with their favorite emoji! Whether it's the unicorn emoji, the dancing lady, a classic smiley or heart, or even the ever-popular poop emoji, th......[Read More]
In books in the old days when kids threw tantrums, they learned lessons and apologized (unless you were reading a cautionary tale- then the child was likely devoured by lions), then there was a shift away from manners, and children just being crabby and angry and bossy and never learning that those ......[Read More]
Nonfiction books about music for kids are few and far between so this book is a welcome addition to my school library collection. It is absolutely brilliant! Such a cool way to introduce kids (and adults) to all sorts of music and artists. Some interesting snippets about each artist/group with recom......[Read More]