Imagine a world in which every child has the opportunity to learn and practice positive communication habits. When students can communicate their feelings effectively, they build confidence, self-esteem and strong relationships.
Kimochi (pronounced KEY-MO-CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese. Fun and powerful communication tools, Kimochis™ characters come with small pillows with a feeling (happy, sad, silly, brave…) printed on one side, and a corresponding facial expression on the other. Students can hold, hug or squeeze one of these colorful characters and talk through what they are feeling. Plus, each character has a special pocket where kids can store the included Kimochis™ feelings because emotions can change quickly!
Clover is a four-leafed clover with bad luck. He's a bit absent-minded, but always means well and has a great sense of humor. Clover comes with his lucky (removable) ladybug, Howard, and features a how-to Kimochis™ Feel Guide, introducing the personalities of each character and offering parents or educators easy tips and engaging activities to help strengthen adult-child connections and teach children to identify and express feelings in a positive way.
Includes removable ladybug and Happy, Disappointed and Optimistic feelings pillows and 48 page Feel Guide. Character measures 13 inches. Box measures 9" x 13" x 4.5".