Parents' Guide to

Everyday Feels

By Diana Baron-Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Approachable emotional literacy for the whole family.

Podcast Social Emotional Learning A Kids Company About Average run time: 15 minutes
Purple text on a teal background reads "Everyday Feels, A kids podcast about emotions." In the background, five cartoon faces in bright shades of pink, green, and orange show different emotions.

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Gentle, engaging, and still deeply practical, this offering from A Kids Co breaks down feelings with a care and intentionality that will leave listeners with both a deeper understanding of their feelings and greater compassion for themselves. While many shows that attempt to promote emotional literacy emphasize coping skills for moving on from feelings like fear and anger as quickly as possible, Everyday Feels explains the reason we experience these emotions. Dr. Lockhart expertly breaks down the neuroscience at play for a kid audience and makes suggestions to help listeners work with their emotions, rather than trying to minimize or run away from them. This refreshing and deeply empowering approach will leave families with lots to talk about and, lucky for them, the show includes built in discussion breaks!

With beautiful sound design and expert hosts, Everyday Feels is a standout offering for social emotional learning. It's also a gift for parents hoping to start conversations about challenging emotions that are impacting their kids' lives, with episodes on social anxiety, overwhelm, and confidence, among others.

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