Saturday, November 14, 2015

The Moodsters Holiday Gift Guide 2015

I remember as a child I had a hard time showing my feelings and expressing them and I am sure your kids may have the same problem as well so with that said I want you to meet The Moodsters who are

HAPPY Coz who is the lead detective of The Moodsters, with an approach to life with an optimistic, can do attitude. Coz shows kids the good things that can happen if you’re willing to give it a try. When Coz is super-duper happy (which is often), bubbles float out of his ears and he may even break into his joyful Happy Dance!
Razzy is a little red dynamo with an ANGRY streak and yes its okay for girls to get angry! And she’s determined to crack every case. Razzy uses her Moodster Meter to take her friends’ mood temperature, and she’s discovered that when she’s feeling mad, counting to 10 helps in any number of ways!
Quigly is the Moodster who’s AFRAID of most everything, even his own shadow or silly, made-up creatures like “two-headed hippos with carrots for teeth that wear striped socks and hide in the treehouse.” Quigly shows that even big boys get scared, luckily, his Moodster friends are there to help show him how to be brave.
Lolly is the sweet, pink Moodster who’s full of LOVE for every creature, big or small. This girly girl is also strong she’s ready to get her hands dirty, lend a listening ear, and or provides a snuggle to anyone who needs it.
 Snof feels sad sometimes and so does everyone. Whenever Snorf is feeling blue, he turns to his never-ending hankie, the support of his friends, and a big brave, healthy cry to feel better again. Fortunately, his enormous blue ears can act as windshield wipers to wipe the tears away!

Now that I have introduced you to the characters now for my reviews I got the Moodster Meter and Storybook which as you know Young children often don’t have the verbal skills to put their feelings into words. The Moodster Meter puts those tools in the child’s hands literally! This interactive teaching toy gives children a basic vocabulary of feelings and helps them express themselves. The Meter has a special Power Up button enabling children to point the arrow to the Moodster that represents how they are feeling, opening doors for calm communication about emotions and for ages 3 and up.


Feelings Flashlight and The Scary Sleepover Storybook that help squash those afraid-of-the-dark fears with the Feelings Flashlight. Shining a light on feelings has never been easier or more fun than with The Moodsters! Before nap-time or bedtime, point the flashlight toward the ceiling or a wall, and The Moodsters will magically appear, offering wisdom and humor for every emotion.

My Opinion: I like the Feelings Flashlight as at night my niece can use it if she gets scared so someone will know if she can’t express herself . The Moodster Meter is good for daily use to express how you feel as you may have a hard time if you are young just move the purple arrow up to how you are feeling. 

To see more visit http://themoodsters.com/

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.


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