Fred Rogers often said "Whatever is mentionable can be more manageable." This PBS KIDS app encourages children to think about their experiences and helps them find words to express their feelings – mentioning and managing. This process can help young children better understand their emotions and develop a more secure sense of self. Kids choose from among five journal topics: Books, Mad Feelings, Playtime, Pretending, and School. They can then assemble pictures of story-building blocks that relate to the topic in order to tell their own journal stories.
CREATE YOUR OWN LIBRARY
Journals can be saved in a digital library for sharing anytime. Using virtual crayons, markers, watercolors and stickers, children can draw a custom cover for each journal to make it easy to find later.
EXPLORE EMOTIONS TOGETHER
These journals can give children a way to express and share their feelings with the adults who care about them. It can be an especially useful tool for children who might be reluctant to talk about their feelings. As you talk together about your child’s experiences and feelings at school, at play and at home, parents have an opportunity to get to know their child better.
ABOUT MAKE A JOURNAL
Mister Rogers' Make a Journal from PBS KIDS was developed by Darren Murtha Design in partnership with PBS and Family Communications Inc., the producers of MISTER ROGERS’ NEIGHBORHOOD. The original concept and artwork were created by FableVision Inc. A Web version of the app is available on PBS KIDS PLAY! (pbskidsplay.org).
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