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Feelings Chart
Little Lalang

Feelings Chart

Regular price $25.95 $0.00 Unit price per
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Please expect up to three weeks for your order to be shipped up till early June. 

Our children may be tiny, but they have BIG feelings. Help them learn to identify and manage their emotions (even the really scary ones!) with the aid of this beautiful poster illustrated by Singaporean mum and artist Laura Or.

The feelings chart features 12 realistic faces portraying classic emotions that young children regularly experience but often struggle to label. As they learn to identify their own emotions, they can also develop greater empathy towards others.

Think it's a great idea but not sure how to start? Don't worry - each feelings chart purchase comes with a digital pamphlet with tips and tricks for using your feelings chart with your child.

Read: Using a feelings chart to build emotional skills

Please note shipping options under "details". 

Details

Size Options

  • Large: 48 x 60 cm
  • Medium: 40 x 50 cm (recommended)
  • Small: 30 x 42 cm

The poster pictured in the product image is small size.

Material Options

  • Premium Poster Paper: high quality water resistant & tear resistant paper. Suitable for mounting directly on the wall or for hanging using a picture frame / poster bar.
  • Removable Sticker Paper: water resistant & UV resistant paper with an adhesive backing for easy mounting on walls or doors. Can be removed and repositioned without losing stickiness.

Shipping Options

  • Standard: FREE standard courier, 7-10 working days
  • Express: $10 express courier, 4-6 working days 

It will be shipped on its own from another location so we will not be able to combine it with other items in your order. 


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like that it has Singapore's cultural elements incorporated

always glad to be able to find drawings that are localised to our culture and living environment. while the 2 year old hasn't expressed super enthusiasm about the chart, she's been pointing randomly to the characters and trying to copy the expression. i also imagine that it will be useful as a springboard for conversations over the feelings we have.