Emotional education for kids of all ages
Stop yelling, bribing, punishing, or shaming, and start empowering children with play-based tools for social-emotional learning.Shop Now
Let's Make Learning About Emotions Fun!
Designed By Experts
Step 1: Learn How to Create a Calming Space & Use Time-Ins
Proven to improve social-emotional skills and lessen behavioral issues, our world famous Time-In ToolKit® helps children learn how to name and regulate their emotions. Say goodbye to spanking, timeouts, and behavioral charts.
Step 2: Use SnuggleBuddies™ to Name & Share Feelings!
Every 13" SnuggleBuddies™ Emotions Plush comes with 6+ ways to play and includes four colorful mood emojis representing happy, sad, calm, and mad/scared. This plush with a purpose supports play-based emotional education for ages 2+.
Step 3: Tame Parenting Triggers & Connect Before You Correct
We offer expert-guided courses and one-on-one parent coaching to help you bring more joy and less stress to everyday family life.
What if “Stop crying” turned into “I’m listening” for an entire generation?
Generation Mindful is dedicated to helping families raise caring, confident, and resilient children through early-emotional education and positive parenting support. Let’s make teaching kids about emotions as mainstream as teaching them their ABC’s and 123’s!
Solutions for Teachers & Schools
Create a Supportive Learning Environment
When children feel safe and connected, they are ready and able to learn! GENM is bridging the home and school social-emotional learning (SEL) gap to transform communities and create a universal language around emotions.
The Time-In ToolKit® playfully teaches kids 2-9+ how to navigate big emotions through social emotional skill-building games. Developed by child-development experts, your ToolKit includes everything you need to start taking Time-Ins instead of Time-Outs with your little ones.
Put an end to spanking and time-outs around the world.
Generation Mindful has helped millions of parents and educators in 90+ countries worldwide shift from "controlling" to connecting with children.