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Emotions Plush Dolls

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I’m happy, I’m sad, I’m mad and I’m scared! These multicultural plush dolls express four common emotions. Measures 46cm H. Includes: educators activity guide. Features true to life skin tones of a Caucasian boy, Asian girl, AfricanAmerican girl and Hispanic boy. Their facial expressions and body posture match their emotion to help children identify feelings and emotions. The name of the emotion is written in both English and Spanish on the removable, reversible and machine washable clothing.
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Emotions Plush Dolls

Code
449288
I’m happy, I’m sad, I’m mad and I’m scared! These multicultural plush dolls express four common emotions. Measures 46cm H. Includes: educators activity guide. Features true to life skin tones of a Caucasian boy, Asian girl, AfricanAmerican girl and Hispanic boy. Their facial expressions and body posture match their emotion to help children identify feelings and emotions. The name of the emotion is written in both English and Spanish on the removable, reversible and machine washable clothing.
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Minimum Recommended Age 18mths+
Pedagogical Focus Wellbeing
Unit of Measure Set of 4
Height 46cm
Machine Washable YES
Features Features true to life skin tones of a Caucasian boy, Asian girl, AfricanAmerican girl and Hispanic boy. Their facial expressions and body posture match their emotion to help children identify feelings and emotions. The name of the emotion is written in bo
Includes Includes: educators activity guide.
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