Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy
Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy

Emotiblocks Basic Emotions Toy

Regular price $19.99 Sale

Here's one of Miniland Educational Best Selling Toys: the delightful, colorful and engaging "Emotiblocks" - Basic Emotions
  • Comes as a set of characters to mix, match and mash-up interchangeable pieces to create 3D Emoticons
  • Young imaginations can conjure up over 100 possible combinations using the included Activity Cards
  • Includes 18 Pieces, Activities, plus an easy Teaching Guide - Suitable for kids age 2-6 years old - Sized at 3 x 4 1/8-inches
  • Miniland Emotiblocks have been awarded 2015 Parent's Choice Award and two 2015 Dr. Toy’s awards: 100 Best Toys AND 10 Best Games
  • 3 Tips to Help Manage a Child’s Emotions by Miniland
Emotiblocks

Includes 18 pieces, Activity cards, and Teaching guide


Miniland Emotiblocks

Basic Emotions Toy

A set of characters with interchangeable pieces which enable children to freely create likeable characters: there are over 100 possible combinations!

This game comes with activity cards and is an entertaining tool to help children become familiar with the main emotions.

  • The game is designed for children aged 2 and over and is based on the following characteristics:
  • Recognition and identification of facial gestures.
  • Recognition and identification of basic emotions.
  • Learning of values: tolerance, empathy, racial diversity.
  • Acquisition of vocabulary.

Importance of Learning Emotion Recognition

Recognizing emotions is a very important part of daily life. When children learn how to express and understand their emotions, it helps them overcome challenges, understand others, and communicate. Helping your kids learn how to communicate their feelings and emotions effectively gives them the social and emotional tools they need to understand themselves and others better. By teaching children how to express their feelings and how to respond to the emotions of their peers, you help them recognize and deal with their own feelings and emotions.

Teaching Emotional Literacy

Emotional literacy helps children to be socially competent and enables them to recognize and respond to social cues appropriately. Emotiblocks and the included cards teach children how to recognize facial expressions and the words for them in six different languages. The activity cards can be used as prompts for children to practice expressive language (output) when talking about the emotions or receptive language (input) as they hear about the emotions. The teacher's guide offers many ideas for activities and games that will help kids learn emotional literacy while having fun.