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pofer
pocket full of
feelings
the missing piece to the
parenting puzzle™
Feelings are real and something we Feel.
What matters the most is the way that we deal™.

pff is the remarkable tool that guides children of all ages toward

positive behavior and grows emotional intelligence at an early age! 

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Your Pieces to the Parenting Puzzle

Children behave because of the way they feel. Poffer the pff Owl and his Feeling poffs will help you teach your children about the way that they feel and how to deal for a happy, successful life! pff is an easy to learn, research-based process that will guide children toward positive behavior and increase social-emotional competency.

Parent Guide

A simple to use comprehensive guide that teaches parents about 15 feelings that drive their children's behavior and countless techniques to deal positively with feelings.  Learn More...

Parent Guide

Feelings-n-Me Storybook

A fun and playful storybook book that shares real-life examples with your family of how feelings are tied to behaviors, and how to properly deal with feelings. Feelings-n-Me is a quick daily read for remarkable results! Learn More...

Feelings-n-Me Storybook

Poffer & the Poffs

Your children can play with Poffer and the 15 feeling poffs, moving the feelings from the poffs' pocket to Poffer's pocket, to learn to deal. The poffs pocket will make feelings touchable and real and Poffer gives SOLUTIONS to deal.
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Poffer & the Poffs

Feel & Deal Pocket Guide

An easy-to-use take away resource to help you identify and deal positively with the feeling that is causing your child's behavior in the moment. Learn More...

Feel & Deal Pocket Guide

The PFF Process

Pff Songs

Singing the pff songs often with children will help them remember that what they feel is real and what matters the most is the way that they deal! Singing is a playful way for children to learn the pff process. Children learn best by repetition...so the more they sing the more they grow!

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Follow pff's simple steps to success:
  • Learn

    identify the feeling causing the behavior

  • Connect

    match the feeling and behavior

  • Grow

    teach your child Poffer's ways to deal with feelings

  • Change

    enjoy "ah-ha" moments as your child learns to deal

Don't Just Take Our Word for It

Just like reading literacy, emotional literacy is a key element to a child's overall success. Pff is an effective and unique approach that will teach children the abc's of their emotions and improve behavior as a result!

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    Parenting is giving your children the tools to succeed in life. Pocket Full of Feelings equips the family with these valuable tools!
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    Dr. William Sears Pediatrician and famous author of over 30 books for families (Meet Dr. Sears)
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    I am blown away! pff is brilliant! Overall, I believe that anyone could jump right in and begin putting pff to use after reading it!
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    Anne Marie Jennisen Mother of 4 (See her Testimonial here)
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    Dr. Ann Corwin is a child development specialist and has helped so many families with their children's behavior. I find her and her partners approach through pff to be very relevant and to the root cause of behavior!
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    Lori Moe CUSD Adult School Parent-Child Participation Instructor, Parent Education Coordinator
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    Pocket Full of Feelings is a tangible representation of the brilliance and love Dr. Ann has demonstrated in her work with families throughout her career. Now Poffer & the poffs will take her message to more families than she could ever reach alone.
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    Lucy Long Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction, Educator and Grandmother
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    Pff is need in every home and K-3 classroom because it helps every child build a solid foundation dealing with life. Children learn how to enjoy successes and cope through challenges. This ability will help ensure success in school and beyond.
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    Kelly Cedo Title I Coordinator, Virginia Beach
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    Currently I have mostly toddler and preschool age children in my care. I am, utilizing the pff program in helping the children, learn their colors, and put words to the emotions we are all experiencing. I have incorporated the program into my monthly lessons and we add the emotion to the colors we are learning. The parents are also working with the kids and stating that it actually helps curb emotional break downs. The program is absolutely wonderful!
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    Schlee Loomis M.S ,Greatest Little Wonders Child Care
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    The other day I volunteered in my 2nd graders class. I rarely do so it was a treat. My Jack was not in the rotation that played a game with me and so we never really interacted, but he watched the other kids having fun with me. That afternoon the first words he said were, "I didn't even get to see you!" Then at dinner he was very mopey. When we asked him why he wouldn't answer. I went and got the POFs. We went through each of them and when we hit "Disappointed," he started to talk. That was it- he was disappointed that he hadn't gotten to play with mommy. We talked about it and said we could talk to the teacher and share his feelings and do it differently next time. Which we did do a few days later at parent-teacher conference and he was able to tell her he had been disappointed. She reacted just as I hoped she would - with care and empathy.

    I remembered what I'd heard Dr. Ann say that POFs lets you hold the feeling in your hand and makes it more tangible.
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    Miranda McCroskey
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Pff is brought to you by Dr. Ann Corwin, who has been working with children and families for over 35 years to strengthen and problem solve, and Karin Lombardo, a mom who has experienced first hand the benefits of raising emotional literate children.