Raising good humans

At a time when teachers are reporting an increase in bullying and anxiety among kids in their classrooms (Tinybop’s CEO and founder, Raul, has seen it in his kid’s classroom, too), our goal with our app Me: A Kid’s Diary is to help kids build emotional literacy skills like self-awareness, social awareness, kindness, and empathy.  

These skills are essential to children’s ability to positively contribute to the world and to their academic success. Research suggests that the better kids understand themselves, the more able they are to be empathetic and understand others. Teaching empathy can help combat bullying, peer cruelty, and the mental health epidemic.

Me: A Kid’s Diary gives kids a safe place to tell their stories, express their identities and feelings, and to document the world around them. Kids can respond to 100s of questions about their feelings and preferences, their families, friends, schools, and homes to create vibrant, dynamic self-portraits in photos, GIFs, pictures, words, and recordings. As they play and create, kids build self-awareness, self-confidence, empathy, and kindness.

Below you'll find more resources for supporting your child's social and emotional growth.

Tough Guys Have Feelings Too By Keith

Image from Tough Guys (Have Feelings Too)

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