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I thank all of you who use this app and I thank sesame street for let it out I am a military child so that means a lot to me :) happy
Doom to you on Jul 11, 2015 for version 2.3
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Amazing app that helps kids to understand their emotions!
coffeeandknitjumpers on Nov 20, 2014 for version 2.3
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Amazing - Positive
Keeper. I wish all apps had this quality & intelligent. Plus no In App Purchases. Characters & educational games are respectful and animated. It's an app that's not condescending towards children's moods, emotions, & creativity.
Kiki Miha on May 30, 2014 for version 2.2
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Feel Electric Will Empower Every Child
I was researching apps for my 5 year old son and came across this app. Even without knowing how to read or spell, he began to engage with it immediately. A few weeks later now, he is using new words everyday to express how he feels (especially when he's sent to his room). Seeing him being able to find the right word to describe how he is feeling is very rewarding (and well as entertaining) as a parent. I would recommend this app to every parent, I think it would be especially beneficial to teachers and parents with children who are very introverted or have emotional challenges, withdrawn or may have speech delays. Don't worry if your child cannot read yet, they will figure it out very quickly. I even enjoy playing with "Mood Dude"! The videos and stories are very well done. It is clear a lot of thought and expertise and research went into this app. Bravo!
Media1Productions on Apr 8, 2014 for version 2.2
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It's awesome I always use it it helps if I got into a fight with my sister or if I'm bored❗😃🌟💎✌💐🎊
Zoe•is•a•boss on Aug 6, 2013 for version 2.2
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Feel Electric!
Feel Electric! This is a fantastic app to learn the vocabulary and expressions for how one feels. Designed for up to 4 players, with 3 main sections to choose from players will never be bored. The sections include My Life, My Stuff and My Games. My Life includes, Mood Dude, Mood Tales and Moodoshpere. Mood Dude allows the user to create different expressions and save their creation. Mood Tales includes 10 different tales where the user will choose the words to be inserted, then hear the tale they created. Moodosphere shows a visual presentation of how one feels today. Another section is My Stuff which includes My pictures, music and videos. Each of these sections has preloaded activities and the user can add their own and or delete what they do not want. My games includes 3 games to match the emotion to the word using fine motor skills and tilting the Ipad. The settings button allows users to log in, see their scores, turn volume on and off and be able to learn more about this app. This app is not only a great way for users to learn new words to describe how they feel, but will be useful for building the vocabulary needed for better story writing. This engaging, easy to use app will appeal to students who are in grade school through high school and will be one that will be returned to again and again. Feel Electric is an app that I highly recommend getting.
Anniesinger on Jul 10, 2013 for version 2.2
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I love it it helps me and my kids to get along what's thare mood I love it 👏
MaDeLyN 587 :) on Jun 18, 2013 for version 2.2
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An Awesome App!
Hope it can support iPhone5 soon!
Fanjia liu on Apr 13, 2013 for version 2.2
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Good for pragmatic language
Great app. I use it in speech-language therapy with elementary age kids. Great for kids on the autism spectrum working on pragmatics. One request: please change the app so it doesn't restart every time you switch to another app! I tried to use this app in an activity, alternating with the iPad camera. But every time I switched to the camera, the whole app restarted! Annoying. I wanted to be able to quickly access the list of emotions that you can scroll through, with their definitions.
RachelCASLP on Mar 13, 2013 for version 2.2
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Great app
I am a children's therapist, and I use this app every day with kids 3-15. It is a fun way to help them understand complex emotions, identify them, and recognize that others feel that way too. I do wish there were more games and options, particularly for the older kids. A suggestion-maybe an art/writing section where kids can draw their emotions or write about a specific situation they have had a certain emotion would be a nice addition. I would highly recommend this for parents and anyone working with children.
Syren2002 on Feb 21, 2013 for version 2.1
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