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Top 10 emotion products for your family to enjoy from Learning SPACE

In 2017, a team of researchers in California found that there are actually 27 interconnected emotions that we experience, with many of these experienced in a single day. For people with learning disabilities and additional needs, these emotions can be heightened and they may find it difficult to express these emotions with friends and loved ones.

Here at Learning SPACE, we want to help families who are looking for toys or products to be able to support their loved ones when coping with these emotions. Read on to find out our top 10 emotions products that the whole family can use and enjoy.

Emotions and expressions fan

Help your child to tell you how they are feeling about situations and activities through the use of our emotions and expressions fan. Use to hear the child’s voice in relation to preferences and choices.

We love these simple fans as a first step to identifying emotions, easy simple and clear. They make us HAPPY!! Pop into our store, or order online, today to get your fan for only £1.99.

Worry Eaters

Children (and adults) often have fears, troubles and woes and don’t always tell their parents about them. So when your child doesn’t feel like they can talk to someone about their worries, they can tell Frula and Enno: the worry eaters.

Recommended by psychologists and teachers as your child’s own personal waste bin for problems, children simply write or draw their troubles and feed them into the zip mouth of their Worry Eater.

Not that this solves all the problems straight away! The idea is that when a parent or carer finds the note or drawing, they can talk to their children about them. What’s more, Frula and Enno are nice and cuddly and can be your child’s best friend in both good times and bad. They’re also brilliant for eating nightmares – but don’t forget to supplement their diet with plenty of cuddles!

Why we LOVE them

Worry Eaters give comfort and reassurance. Get your own Frula and Enno today from £21.99.

The Unworry Book

Alongside our range of emotional aide books, this is one of our favourites. The Unworry Book is a practical activity book designed to calm children’s minds and distract them from everyday worries and anxieties.

Featuring full-colour illustrations throughout, this self-help guide provides young readers with a place to sort through their worries and thoughts, as well as a variety of relaxing activities ranging from colouring and mood grids to doodles and making a note of your most wonderful words.

This book reassures children that it is perfectly normal to have worries – and how they can get them out of their heads by doodling, writing, scribbling and scrunching. Order your copy today

Stress toys

If you have been in our store, you will probably have tried squeezing our range of stress balls. Acting as an alternative to normal stress balls, children (and adults) can spend hours squeezing these toys and they will always spring back to their original shape. Our banana and pineapple jelly balls, which are filled with hundreds of small jelly balls, allow for an interesting tactile experience for the user. We also have our larger stress relief balls – our Electromite Spikey Fun Ball and our Puffer Ball Furb – which, with their hairs and spikes, make these an excellent tactile toy

If you are looking for something slightly different, we have our Squeezysaurus and our Puffer Owl. We also have our larger foam earth bouncy ball which can also be used as an educational tool to help children learn more about the world and its different countries.

You can check out all of our stress toys here, or pop into our store to try them out for yourselves.

My first emotions – sensory box

We all have emotions but children are not born knowing what their feelings are or how to cope with them. As a parent, you will be able to respond to your child’s emotions in a positive way, set boundaries, deal with problematic behaviour constructively, and foster a healthy emotional environment within the home. This set will help you to deal with a range of parenting issues, including:

  • Tantrums
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Settling into nursery
  • Separation anxiety
  • Sharing
  • Biting
  • Crying and screaming.

My First Emotions has been created to help children learn to identify their own emotions and begin to empathise with others, leading to better relationships, academic achievement and essential life skills. Order your set today.

Conversations about Emotions, Behaviour and Consequences Kit in a Tin

  • How can I tell someone I need time out?
  • What might happen if I push someone?
  • What could you do if you feel scared?

Question fans to instigate conversations with children aged 5-12 years. Includes over 40 questions and 50 symbols. Help children understand emotions, behaviour and consequence. Order your kit today

Child Emotion Bangle Red and Green – Sensory Chewy Toy

The emotions bangle acts as a chewy toy, as well as a communication aide. The bangle can be turned to red “stop don’t approach me” or green “I’m happy to talk”, which means that if a child is in a state of anxiety or fear they can give people around them this visual instruction.

Buy your chewy emotion bangles today.

Emotions pads with mirrors

A large size and bold graphics plus two pads with mirrors make these new “Emotions” pads essential equipment for opening opportunities for two way communication about mood and emotion in a classroom or clinic, making discovering our emotions fun and comfy.

Order your emotions pads today

Emotions can be tough to understand. Learning SPACE has taken some of the hassle out of things by creating this buddy set , using all our experience to provide what we believe will help all ages and abilities to help start and learn about yours and others feelings.

Order your emotions buddy set today.

Emotions stones

Recognising facial expressions and understanding emotions helps children to communicate their own feelings and empathise with others. This beautifully crafted set of tactile stones is engraved with faces showing 12 common emotions: happy, sad, angry, frightened, worried, surprised, confused, bored, calm, proud, shy and embarrassed.

We adore the tactile pleasure of these engraved stones, the simple pictures are a great way to begin identifying feelings. Order your own set of emotions stones today.

If you’re reading this, you have reached the end of our top 10 gift ideas for supporting your child to express their emotions and you’ve probably found your ideal toy. To buy, click on any of the links above. You can also visit our website here. That’s all for now on emotional aides, but be sure to follow our latest updates on FacebookTwitterInstagram and even get professional updates on LinkedIn.

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