My First Brain Quest: Feelings: A Question-and-Answer Book

My First Brain Quest: Feelings: A Question-and-Answer Book
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September 12, 2023
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Give your toddler a strong social and emotional foundation for early learning with this charming introduction to nine familiar emotions.

My First Brain Quest: Feelings introduces babies and toddlers to nine core emotions—happy, sad, scared, excited, angry, shy, proud, surprised, and calm—to help develop essential emotional literacy skills, promote social and emotional health, and set a strong foundation for early learning. Each brightly illustrated spread features an emotion in context, spotlighting facial expressions, body language, and social situations. Brain Quest's signature question-and-answer format encourages self-reflection and gives young readers the opportunity to practice talking about their feelings.

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Great Way to Explore and Explain Feelings
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Emotions are always a hard thing to talk about with children because they can be difficult to understand. This book uses questions to explain what people usually do or feel when they're sad, mad, happy, and so on. Examples are like frowning, crying, smiling, that kind of stuff. It's educational and uses a method that works really well for children.

MY FIRST BRAIN QUEST: FEELINGS is both engaging and thought-provoking as it encourages children to explore their emotions. Each feeling has about four different questions so children can grasp what each one means. The author asks questions like what makes you happy and what makes you sad which opens up a chance to talk about memories. To me, this book can also be a bonding experience between a parent and their child because of this.

Final Verdict: Out of all the different formats I've come across, this board book is by far my favorite way to explore a child's feelings. The question-and-answer structure helps stimulate a child's mind and get thing really thinking outside of the box.
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