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Meet the Moodsters *Giveaway closed*

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Every parent has a thermometer for taking a child’s temperature—now every house should have a Moodster Meter for taking a child’s emotional temperature! Young children don’t always have the vocabulary to describe their emotions, so the Moodster Meter provides a safe, fun, interactive way for kids to show how they’re feeling inside.

They just push the Power Up button to align with the character and emotion that represents what they feel: Snorf (sad), Lolly (loving), Quigly (afraid), Razzy (angry), or Coz (happy). By putting the tools for expression right in their hands, the Moodster Meter makes it so much easier for young kids to talk about what’s going on inside.

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The Moodster Meter comes with a full-color, 32-page storybook, Meet the Moodsters. The Moodster Meter is available at Target and, You can also learn more about The Moodsters at Be sure to also follow The Moodsters on Facebook.


ONE winner will receive a Moodsters Meter (comes with book)


Meet the Moodsters *Giveaway ends Oct. 6th*

Note: This giveaway is open to US shipping addresses only.

Please make sure to follow ALL Giveaway Rules. Please read sweepstake rules HERE.
This giveaway will end on Oct. 6th

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 13,10, 4 and a baby boy born in February 2015. They currently reside in sunny Southern California.

3 Responses to “Meet the Moodsters *Giveaway closed*”

  1. Kathleen Walsh says:

    My grandkids aren’t afraid to show their feelings. They are quite good at it. This would help them to understand them more.

  2. Patricia says:

    This would be great. My little one would totally benefit from this. We both can understand her frustrations.

  3. Amelia Drew says:

    My daughter has a HARD time and this would be great! I think I could remind her to stop and think about how shes feeling and why with this!