The Woos are a fun way for kids to learn and identify feelings.
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The WorryWoos are currently used in schools & mental health facilities worldwide. We offer professional development and in-class demos that pair with our evidence-based WorryWoo SEL Program.
The WorryWoo Monsters is a series of children’s books, plush characters and an evidence-based curriculum dedicated to social & emotional learning. Created by author & Illustrator Andi Green, The WorryWoos formed in 2007 when Green saw the need for a product line that discussed hard to explain emotions. From loneliness to confusion to frustration each WorryWoo story tackles complicated feelings and puts a positive spin on topics that don’t have easy answers.
Since inception, The WorryWoos are now used in homes, schools and counseling centers in all 50 states as well as internationally in Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
Our team includes therapists, psychologists and teachers who came together to help create a full WorryWoo Emotional Intelligence curriculum that helps children discuss their feelings not only in the general classroom but also in the creative arts classes. Through years of research, we have learned the WorryWoo program strengthens empathy, resilience and the understanding of both complicated and basic emotions.