Mood Wall Panel

SKU: M8-NS3074

Sale price£85.99


The Mood Wall Panel offers a unique and interactive way for children to explore and express their emotions, making it an invaluable asset in sensory or early years settings.

Educational and Emotional Benefits:

  1. Emotional Awareness: By flipping the panels to display different facial expressions, children get a tactile, hands-on way to explore and articulate their feelings, whether they are happy, sad, or angry.

  2. Self-Regulation: The panel allows for self-expression and self-regulation, helping kids to understand how to control their emotions and reactions through play.

  3. Language Development: Discussing the various emotions and scenarios can help to enhance children's vocabulary and comprehension about feelings, facial expressions, and mood changes.

  4. Cognitive Skills: Children engage in decision-making as they choose which panel best represents their current mood, enhancing their cognitive development.

Practical Benefits:

  1. Multi-Sensory: The panel offers both visual and tactile engagement, making it a great sensory play item.

  2. Wipe-Clean Laminated Panels: The use of laminated panels means that the wall can be written on and colored in, then easily wiped clean for repeated use.

  3. Versatility: The double-sided panels also depict changes in clothing and hairstyle, adding an extra layer of interactive play and discussion points.

  4. Inclusive: It serves as a tool for children who may have difficulty expressing themselves verbally, offering them a visual and tactile way to communicate their emotions.

Material and Safety:

  • The laminated panels are durable and easy to clean, making the Mood Wall Panel a long-lasting addition to any play setting.

In summary, the Mood Wall Panel is a comprehensive tool that blends emotional learning with interactive play. Its multifaceted design encourages children to understand and express their feelings while also engaging their sensory and cognitive skills. It's an ideal choice for any environment focused on early childhood development.

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