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Invite kids to explore their feelings with 3 engaging activities and a bonus magazine. Create a set of feelings puppets and make faces that show different emotions. Play a funny face game and create silly faces in this portable, low mess activity. Make beaded friendship bracelets to give as a special gift for friends.
Everything needed, from materials to illustrated directions, is included, along with imagine!, a bonus play & learn magazine for kids from Koala Crate and Highlights for Children.
My girls liked the felt emotion faces and game. I liked that it was age appropriate and an opportunity for my girls to have a better understanding of different emotions.
June 22, 2015
Review by Karina H.
I liked that the feelings puppets can be used more than just once. Once we sit down and do the activity together, then J can play will it on her own.
June 11, 2015
Feelings Masks were a hit!
Review by Charlene W.
I love the feelings face masks. My son is 4.5 and we've been working on him communicating how he is feeling rather than just reacting. This is the perfect activity to help identify feelings at his age. He was not as interested in the bracelet activity. HOwever, his older sister who likes anything crafty and gets her own kiwi crate liked this activity. For us it was not my son's favorite but I love that you have a number of activities and usually temperment/learning style wise every activity connects with at least one of my children.
June 5, 2015
lot of fun!
Review by Jen K.
The friendship bracelet was a lot of fun for my son to make and we really enjoyed making silly faces and identifying different emotions for each face.
May 14, 2015
age appropriate learning
Review by Chris D.
loved the ability to discuss in age appropriate detail different feeling and that it is ok to feel different ways at different times and to practice observing emotions of others to react supportively and appropriately. i always love the magazines, great mix to keep them entertained long after all the projects are done. they didn't really care about the feelings game that much, but we also didn't push them much to play it, they made up their own games and fun with the supplies
April 10, 2015
travel case is a great idea
Review by Karen C.
I really liked that there was a case to put the puppet pieces in. This will ensure that it can be used for a longer while. Less likely to be missing pieces.
April 9, 2015
loved the bracelet activity
Review by Lacey H.
my son really enjoyed making a bracelet for his best friend. he was so excited to give it to her. he also really liked mixing the two colors together. the felt faces activity was awesome! it was a great teaching/learning experience for my son. I also like how it's a game we can take with us places and he can play it by himself too.
March 18, 2015
Review by Lisa A.
I loved the feelings and emotions crate! My kid loved the velcro faces and making his own.
March 4, 2015
Review by Elizabeth B.
That my daughter could pretty much do the craft on her own-- she loves the independence! The bracelets would have been a great project had they been able to immediately make it. The waiting over night to dry was too long! That was the activity she was most excited about but she couldn't do it right away.
March 1, 2015
fun for toddlers
Review by Katie L.
I like all the crates because they give me and my toddler some fun activities to do together and we often extend the given ideas into more projects and fun. The magazine is great. I like the variety of activities/reading it provides.
February 27, 2015
Review by Kerri B.
The friendship bracelet activity was a huge hit at our house. There were enough materials for each of my girls to make one for each other and to make one for me. My youngest daughter, for whom we get the Koala Crate, has really come to look forward to the stories of Kellan and his friends. She always wants to read the story as soon as we open the box.