Winner of 12 National Education & Parenting Awards and
The Association of American Publishers “Revere” Judges’ Award.
The Association of American Publishers profiled Emotional ABC’s for their Award Winning Program (Revere 2014 Judges’ Award) for teaching Emotional Skills to children using their animated character, Moody, in ways that were child (and adult!) friendly and easy to use.
Emotional ABC’s wins Jury Award from Association of American Publishers.
The REVERE Awards program is the most prestigious and comprehensive recognition program in the learning resource community. Formerly known as the AEP Awards program, this annual event continues a decades-long tradition of honoring excellence across all resources for preK-12 and adult learners, educators and administrators
Emotional ABC’s a finalist for 2 Revere Awards from the Association of American Publishers.
The REVERE Awards program is the most prestigious and comprehensive recognition program in the learning resource community. Formerly known as the AEP Awards program, this annual event continues a decades-long tradition of honoring excellence across all resources for preK-12 and adult learners, educators and administrators.
Emotional ABC’s wins Gold Award from National Parenting Publications for Social-Emotional Education.
Emotional ABC’s was featured on the Steven & Chris show on Canadian National Broadcasting as “Cool Products to make Parents’ Lives Easier”
Emotional ABC’s was featured on CBS Morning News as one of 5 prize-winning programs for children. “Parent Tested Parent Approved” is a nationwide testing group that ranks children’s products and educational programs.
“New York Metro Parent” Magazine endorses Emotional ABC’s for teaching kids about feelings, includes our program in their list of “9 Great Gifts for Kids with Special Needs”.
Emotional ABC’s wins awards from multiple Parenting Award programs as well as the National Lekotek Center which names Emotional ABC’s a “Great Find” for their Able Play products aimed at helping children with special education needs.
New Education Week article shows how social-emotional programs don’t just improve conduct and lower emotional distress, they also increase grades and standardized test scores by an average 11 percentile points.
Emotional ABC’s Wins 10 Best Award from Dr. Toy.
Emotional ABC’s is proud to win the 10 Best Award from Dr. Toy. Our program, Emotional ABC’s teaches basic emotional skills for every child. Our Emotional ABC’s DVD/Activity Kit is the only at-home parenting resource that uses simple techniques to help children (ages 4 and up) acquire basic emotional skills. We’re especially proud that our program is both simple enough to be learned by kids while also showing parents how to model these skills for their children. It really is easy to learn and easy to remember. As easy as A, B, C.
Emotional ABC’s Launches with PR Web. Help Your Child Succeed!
Launching today, Emotional ABC’s Activity Kit/DVD is the only at-home parenting resource that uses simple techniques to help children (ages 4-8) acquire basic emotional skills. Emotional skills are especially valuable when learned young and multiple studies prove that emotional intelligence is more important to a child’s lifelong happiness and success than IQ.
The New York Times Education Issue: Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught?
This article in the New York Times Education issue is all about the profound effect emotional skills training can have on a child’s life. The article further emphasizes two huge aspects that are so important for emotional skills training: 1) parents need to be able to model these skills for their children, so these parents also need to be taught and 2) the programs themselves need to be simple enough so that children and parents can easily learn what these skills are and how to remember them. This is exactly what the Emotional ABC’s program does.
Education Week Survey cites teachers’ overwhelming support for more Social and Emotional Child Training. The study also, unfortunately, goes on to say how the teachers are not being given or expected to be given the support they’re looking for in this area.
Wired Magazine’s Article Shows How Google thinks Emotional Intelligence is the Secret to Silicon Valley Success.
Emotional ABC’s wins Product Of The Year Award (2013) from Creative Child Magazine!
After school Emotional Skills program, Wings for Kids, receives $2.5 million grant to expand successful program in Charleston. Study shows that students who do the program have a 40% higher high school graduation rate than those who went to similar schools without the program.
Forbes: Why an Emotional Education is Indispensable.
Many people have high IQ but the people who become successful often also have a high EQ. To learn more about how high Emotional Intelligence leads to success go to:
The Harvard Business Review’s Article title asks: “Can you really improve your Emotional Intelligence?” And the answer the article tells us is “Yes you can”.
The latest from Wall Street, IQ is out and EQ is in. Forget what you know. Business schools increasingly want to know what you feel.
Even China’s President touts the importance of emotional intelligence.