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Technical Details
Item Weight45 g
Product Dimensions17.8 x 15.2 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberMiniMixedBag
Number of Puzzle Pieces13
  
Additional Information
ASINB0049MPUV4
Best Sellers Rank 239,590 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight45 g
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Date First Available18 Aug. 2011
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

interGetting emotionally attached has never been this fun! Kids will love collecting and expressing themselves with a collection of mini feelings! Hook the keychain onto your backpack and let your friends know how youre feeling inside. The Kimochis Mixed Bag of Feelings includes one carabineer keychain and 12 mini feelings: Happy, Silly, Brave, Curious, Mad, Sad, Loved, Cranky, Sleepy, Hopeful, Sorry, Excited.

Includes 1 carabineer keychain and 12 2" feelings in canvas bag: Happy, Silly, Brave, Curious, Mad, Sad, Loved, Cranky, Sleepy, Hopeful, Sorry, Excited
Hook the Mini Kimochis feelings to your backpack so everyone will know how you are feeling!
Weight (kg): 0.10
Dimensions (cm): 15 x 15 x 6

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great for teaching about emotions to toddlers 4 Nov. 2013
By PhDMom - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a child developmental psychologist who happens to study emotions. I have emphasized learning about emotions with my own toddler from an early age. Research shows that understanding is the first step in being able to manage one's emotions well. And the first step in understanding is naming. Also, I don't want my children to think emotions are wrong or bad, I only want them to learn to manage their emotions. Enter the Kimochi mini mixed bag. I bought these for our "time in" corner were we go to reconnect when emotions get out of control, like for example a toddler tantrum. But, these "emotion guys" as we call them, have become the destination in and of themselves. If my 2 year old is getting increasingly frustrated with a toy or situation I'll say, "you are frustrated, shall we go see your emotion guys and find the frustrated one?" and he happily agrees. He takes each one out of the bag and by the time we talk about the "silly" one and the "happy" one he is silly and happy again himself. It is great because it teaches kids ho to name emotions and even empathy. My son, for example, feels bad for the "sad" one and gives him hugs. I did put aside a few that are too advanced for my child's age, like "hopeful." I also use the "cranky" one to mean "frustrated." Originally developed for teachers and schools, I think these can be excellent tools for younger children at home as well.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Great for Helping Kids Identify their emotions 1 Dec. 2011
By Chosen Vintage - Published on Amazon.com
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These bags help children identify what they are feeling and helps them share that with others. At times, young children can be confused as to what they are feeling and why. They also might not be mature enough to tell a parent or a teacher how they are feeling. These bags make identifying their feelings fun. Then the parent or teacher can dig deeper such as asking "what made you feel that way?" or "Why do you feel that way?"
Also, if a child pulls out the "hurt" one you could ask what can be done to change their feelings to a happier feeling.
All the bags have the emotions writen on the back, except for one, which is blank on the front and the bag (you can make your own emotion on it).
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
My Little Messangers 21 Sept. 2013
By Elden - Published on Amazon.com
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I got these for my autistic son who has a hard time with expressive (spoken) language. He isn't good at identifying words or feelings within himself, though receptively he does well. That said, I use these in the morning to just send a little 'message' to his teachers when I send him to school about his mood that morning.

They find it cute and useful!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Kids love this! 5 Jun. 2013
By Pablo Mazariegos - Published on Amazon.com
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Currently working with 4 y/o children and they LOVE these guys! Its amazing to see how kids become more emotionally centered when they learn how to label their emotional experience.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My daughter loves them 2 Feb. 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Honestly I get nervous when they start talking about this kimochi things, but my daughter loves them and she was extremely happy to receive them from Santa :-)
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