What is this Kimochi feeling?

What is this Kimochi feeling?

Kimochi (KEY. MO. CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese. Kimochis™ characters come with small pillows with a feeling (happy, sad, silly, brave…)

What are Kimochi?

Kimochis is a social-emotional curriculum that uses its cute character dolls to teach kids about emotions and how to communicate their feelings with others. “Kimochi (KEY. MO. CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese. Sometimes kids (and adults) have strong feelings that can fuel challenging behaviors.

What is Kimochi training?

Creating confident, connected, and compassionate kids! You’ll learn to promote emotional intelligence and wellbeing by fostering the five core social and emotional competencies as outlined by the Collaborative for Academic and Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL). Self-Awareness (I am aware of what I am feeling.)

How many Kimochis are there?

There are currently seven Kimochis™ characters, each with their own distinct personality and feelings: Kimochis™ Bug is a caterpillar who is afraid of change and he can tuck his wings into a pocket in his back when he’s feeling particularly cautious. Bug comes with Happy, Brave, Left Out.

Why do Japanese say Kimochi?

What is the meaning of kimochi in Japanese? Kimochi is a “feeling.” This type of feeling is usually one brought on by some stimulation and is something of a non-persisting state of feeling. Kimochii (with a long -ii sound) means “good feeling.”

What does Sugoi Kimochi?

it feels good/feeling.

How do you use Kimochi in a sentence?

Examples sentences with “Kimochi” The rain feels good. The massage feels good.

Who created Kimochis?

Nina Rappaport Rowan
The Inspiration behind Kimochis® “There are very specific moments in one’s life when an event can change the way you look at the world,” says Creator and Founder, Nina Rappaport Rowan.

What is Kimochi Yamete?

What Yamete means?

Stop it
– “Yamete!” = Stop it!

What language is senpai?

In Japanese the word is used more broadly to mean “teacher” or “master.” Like sensei, senpai is used in English in contexts of martial arts as well as religious instruction, in particular Buddhism.

What is Kimochi warui in Japanese?

The word kimochi warui [気持ち悪い] means bad feeling. It can mean bad feeling; feeling bad; unpleasant; revolting; gross and disgusting.

What is Kimochi®?

Kimochi (KEY.MO.CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese. Sometimes kids (and adults) have strong feelings that can fuel challenging behaviours. Sometimes it’s hard to know how to communicate when you are in an emotional moment. Kimochis® are a playful way to help children (and adults!) learn how to identify and express feelings.

Why teach social skills with kimochis®?

When kids can communicate their feelings effectively, they develop positive social skills that lead to lasting friendships and success in all aspects of life. Kimochis® teach the fourth “R”—reading, writing, arithmetic, and RELATIONSHIPS.

How can kimochis® tools be used?

There are so many ways that Kimochis® tools can be used to help children, families, classrooms and whole communities explore how to be human together, sharing emotions, and doing life. To help this process click on the following links to download free Kimochis® resources for your use.

Is there a kimochis® educator’s Portal?

During the current season, Kimochis® have made the online Educator’s Portal available to all. Kimochis® have other free resources available on their website, all year round. Scroll down for free downloadable resources, information about how to purchase Kimochis® tools and how to access Kimochis® PD Workshops in Australia.

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