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Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks Gives Kids A Little Help

Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks Gives Kids A Little Help

Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks helps parents teach their children about emotions, and how to express those feeling. Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks helps to teach emotional intelligence skills at a very young age.  Kids need to learn that it is ok to have different feeling and how best to work through certain ones.  We as parents want to be the ones that help teach them and what is the best way to thrive socially, academically, and emotionally. If you want the easiest way to teach them then this is the kit for you!

Emotional awareness and learning to name your emotions are foundational skills your child will develop path toward living an Emotionally Intelligent life. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) has been scientifically proven to be the most significant factor in a persons professional and personal success.

Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks is this great kit.  I received all of the above in one box! A blanket, bracelets, Grasshoppers, and 2 books!  This will help get the conversation started from the day they are born and continue it until they have a good start! Fun and engaging toys that teach children emotional intelligence (EQ) fundamentals for a strong foundation upon which to build a high EQ, proven to help a child thrive from birth throughout adulthood. Through play and conversation, the Hoppy & Poppie plush grasshoppers and emotion wristbands take what can be an abstract concept (emotion) and make it concrete, which increases the educational value.

HAPPY, SAD, SCARED, EXCITED, ANGRY and CALM emotion wristbands teach emotion vocabulary, colors (pink, blue, green, orange, red, and purple) and self-awareness as a child changes the emotion wristbands they wear as their emotions change.

Children choose the emotion wristbands, that communicate their feelings, from the zippered pockets of the Hoppy and Poppie Plush. This tactile exercise is designed to teach colors, Emotion vocabulary, and start you and your baby on the first steps of emotional intelligence learning.

Read these board books to them from a very young age and they will learn and you will continue the conversations as they get older.  These have kid friendly characters they will love. THE SLIDE-FUNCTION BOARD BOOK provides a tactile exercise that uses fine motor skills and provides a valuable opportunity for EQ education through quality conversations between adult and child about awareness of emotions and the emotions surrounding “something new”, giving the child the foundational tools they need for learning the skill of self-management, another competency for building high EQ.

The high quality Not So Scary, slide-function story book, takes children on an adventure across Bug Island, where they’ll learn valuable Emotional Intelligence skills including self-awareness and emotional self-management. Read about Aunt Andie Ant, Walt the Worm King, Betty Bee Queen, Chief Franco Firefly, Maestro Humphrey Hummingbird, Dr. Spinner Spider, and of course; Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks as they experience the emotions surrounding ‘something new.’

Desiree fell in love with these two!  They are absolutely hard to resist.  They have a zipper on their back to keep the bracelets in.  The velvety, soft, adorable twin grasshoppers; Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks, with hang hooks, bendable antennae that children love to shape and play with, and zipper pockets children enjoy taking their emotion wristbands in and out of, are children’s cuddly story-time friends.

This kit has everything you need to start your child on an emotional happy life.  Let them learn to talk to you about their feelings from a very young age and you won’t regret it!



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  1. Hoppy and Poppie are adorable! What a great way to teach your child about their feelings. I would definitely get this for mine.

  2. Such an amazing idea!! Right now during this time especially! I think a lot of kids are feeling emotions and they don’t always open up about it.

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