Durable Outdoors Made with Stone

Emotion Stones


£20.00(£24.00 inc VAT)

Recognising facial expressions and understanding emotions helps children to communicate their own feelings and empathise with others. This beautifully crafted set of tactile stones is engraved with faces showing 12 common emotions: happy, sad, angry, frightened, worried, surprised, confused, bored, calm, proud, shy, and embarrassed.

Cast from a unique mix of resin and real stone, the set is durable enough for use in sand and water, indoors and outside, providing plenty of opportunity to explore emotions across different environments. Each set includes 12 pebbles (measuring 45mm). Safe for age 2+.


  • Contains 12 stones made from resin/stone mix
  • Size 45mm
  • Safe for age 2+

Delivery Information

How long will delivery take?

Resources will usually arrive within five working days. Small orders are sent via Royal Mail and large items will be despatched by courier.

What is your delivery charge?

Delivery is charged at £3.99 ex VAT (£4.79 including VAT) for all orders regardless of their size or value to delivery addresses in the UK and Isle of Man. If you are located in the Channel Islands or Eire, please contact us with details of what you’d like to order and we will quote you for delivery.

International Orders

We can ship our resources around the world. Simply get in touch via email with details of what you would like to order and where you would like it delivered to. We will then reply with a quote for delivery charges for your approval.

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1 review for Emotion Stones

  1. Sarah Vickery, Montgomery Primary School

    “Sometimes talking about feelings and emotion in Circle Time is a bit tricky when you are only 4 years old, but the stones really focused the children and gave them a starting point for their talk. I was also able to model examples of the different emotions prompted by the variety of stones. I was quite surprised that children asked for the stones to be left out and sat chatting about their feelings. In small groups they took in turns to hold stones and chat about the faces and what they meant. Some children discussed how they felt. The Reception children were particularly interested. The stones were fab at supporting PSED. Having a concrete emotion to hold in their hand really helped my young children talk about different feelings. This also supported their Communication and Language Learning.”

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