The Moodsters

I received product from The Moodsters to facilitate this post.  All opinions are my own.

Want to find a gift that’s fun, interesting, and serves a very important purpose?  Look no further than The Moodsters!  Each of these brightly colored monsters represents a basic emotion that all children experience in their everyday lives.

The Moodsters

  • Sunshine-Yellow Coz stands for Happy
  • Ragin’ Red Razzy is Angry
  • In-The-Pink Lolly personifies Love
  • Boo-Hoo-Blue Snorf is feeling Sad
  • Shaking-Like-A-Leaf Green Quigly feels Scared

The Moodsters line up features electronic toys, books, apps, and more.  Check out some of their great line up below!

Moodster Mirror and Storybook

Preschoolers can be completely unaware that their emotions actually show up on their faces.  Back in October, our 5 year old won a bow and arrow set at a local Black Powder Shoot Rendezvous and the look of shock (and a bit of jealousy) on his 7 year old brothers face was very clear.  Yet he didn’t know his feelings were showing so well!  So The Moodster Mirror and A Time To Be Kind Book Set helps children make the connection of what they feel on the inside and what is showing on the outside.  Kids can also turn the dial to select a Moodster to hear the character’s wisdom about that particular feeling.

The Moodster Mirror and Storybook

Moodster Meter and Storybook

Sometimes, young children aren’t able to verbalize correctly and put their feelings into words.  The Moodster Meter puts a tool to communicate right into their hands!  This interactive toy offers children basic vocabulary to help them express what they are feeling.  Paired with the Meet The Moodsters Book, this combination helps open doors for a calm communication about emotions .

The Moodster Meter and Storybook

Feelings Flashlight and Storybook

Afraid of the dark fears are squashed flat with the help of the Feelings Flashlight.  Just aim the flashlight at the ceiling or wall and The Moodsters magically appear!  They offer up wisdom and humor with every emotion.  This set also comes with The Scary Sleepover Book that pairs perfectly with bedtime and nap time routines.

The Moodsters Feelings Flashlight and Storybook

Feelings Notebook And Crayons

The Moodsters Feelings Notebook and Feelings Crayon Set is a great tool to help children express what they are feeling through creative play.  Each of the five jumbo crayons represents a different emotion and the 50-page Feelings Notebook allows kids to draw and color their feelings.

The Moodsters Feelings Notebook & Feelings Crayon Set

Talking Plush & Activity Book

The newest addition to The Moodsters line up includes the Moodsters Talking Plush Characters who represent the five Moodsters detectives.  Each plush character voices sayings and suggestions specific to the emotions they represent.  Plus each one comes with a 32-page activity book that helps kids learn about emotions while they’re having fun.

The Moodsters

So as you can see, there are lots of great choices in The Moodsters line up to help kids build emotional intelligence skills!

Buy It: Head over to The Moodsters to see for yourself the great selection of products they offer.

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Win It: The Moodsters is generously offering one of our lucky readers the Moodster Mirror Book & Toy and Plush Toy!  This giveaway is open to the US only and will end December 5th, 2017.  For your chance to win, enter the Giveaway Tools below. Good luck!
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This post currently has 4 responses.

  • Deborah D

    These are so cute every child will love them.

  • Samantha

    I have never heard of Moodsters, but they are cute! I love the bright colors. I could see my daughter loving them!

  • gloria patterson

    I have not bought toys in YEARS so I learn more ever day about them. I never would have dreamed of something like this for kids but it is great idea. Everything is new to kids heck and some time all of us have tried to hide something but our face gave us away. As adult we learn to wear a mask some times.

  • My eldest son is slightly autistic with a language “disorder”; these are great! Never heard of them before today; going to look into them, thank you!

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