Feelings Chart - canvas (in stock) **EXCLUSIVE**
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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.
A Malay version is available in our Feelings Chart (Pre-order) product.
- Size: 42 x 60 cm
- Material: lightweight cotton canvas (resistant to water, tearing, and wrinkling. Perfect for mounting directly on the wall with blue tack or tape.
The poster pictured in the product image is for illustration purposes only and is smaller than the actual product.
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Bought the decal chart but pasted blue tac so we didn't have to paste on our painted wall. A chart that we use to chat about feelings and we use it beside our mirror to mirror expressions at eye level. I like the clear and sweet drawings and how the different races are represented!
Beautifully depicted chart and love that it is in Malay / English which is hard to find!
I really love how this chart is so pretty, and captures all the emotions that one can think of. Also love that it is multi racial! My 18m toddler likes to point to the different characters for us to demo to her what each emotion means.
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.