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Mad Monster

Emotional Regulation Skill-Building

Ages 2-5
37 minutes

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Content Summary

Storypod's Emotional Learning Monsters are here to help kids learn how to deal with their emotions!

Co-written by a Social Thinking® Teacher/Certified Speech Language Pathologist, these Crafties provide your little ones with songs, stories and engaging activities centered around an emotion to help them manage their big feelings.

Join Mad Monster and Grown-Up Monster as they navigate real-world challenges on the playground together. When things don’t go Mad Monster’s way, Grown-Up Monster teaches Mad Monster self-awareness, breathing exercises, skill-building songs, and more to find calm again.

Tracklist

  1. Introduction and Mad Monster Theme Song (2:31)
  2. Introduction Of Grown-Up Monster and Mad Emotion (1:43)
  3. What Feeling Mad Feels Like (1:23)
  4. "Body Check-In" Song (1:54)
  5. Mad Monster Gets Mad at the Playground (3:05)
  6. Activity: How Do You Think Mad Monster Feels? (0:40)
  7. "Jump Into the Puddle of Calm" Song (3:19)
  8. The Slide Incident and Mood Regulation Music Track (2:14)
  9. A Big Hug (1:02)
  10. "Hug It Out" Song (2:12)
  11. The Ball Incident and Activity: Belly Breaths (2:39)
  12. "Belly Breath" Song (3:10)
  13. Stormy Weather and Activity: Star Breath (4:22)
  14. "Star Breath" Song (1:46)
  15. Feeling Better! (1:38)
  16. "I Feel Better" Song (2:14)
  17. "Storypod Goodbye" Song (1:05)

Learning Topics

  • How to identify anger body cues to create self-awareness
  • Emotional regulation techniques to manage big feelings
  • Practical songs to help navigate big feelings in the moment
  • How to empathize with others experiencing big feelings

Credits & Copyright

Credits:
Co-Written by Jacki Rubin
Music by Megan Schoenbohm, Nisha Asnani and Dave Berg
Voice Acting by Harrison O'Callaghan and Teajuana Scott
Recording, sound design, mixing and mastering by Scantic River Productions