Our method

We equip children and parents with tools to develop social and emotional skills and initiate conversations about emotions and relationships.

Our method

The five pillars of EQ

Our stories are based on the five fundamental skills of EQ: self-control, self-awareness, social awareness, social competence, and the ability to make responsible decisions. This breakdown is an independent EQ standard developed by the international organization CASEL.

How we teach EQ

All our stories address one or more of these fundamental pillars. This way, we can ensure that our material takes a comprehensive approach to EQ so that your child can benefit from all the magical skills that EQ entails. Below are the skills addressed in the story 'Izzy Can't be Two Places at Once'.

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About Peppy Pals

Our ambition is to equip, empower, and nurture children's social and emotional intelligence. Every child has the right to play and grow up in a world where kindness and compassion are just as important as academic education.

All our products are developed with children, with their perspective at the center. We then anchor the stories with psychologist Bodil Wennberg and follow a research-based EQ standard called CASEL.

Play is a powerful tool for children's development and is central in all our products. Children learn best when it's fun and enjoyable.

Get started!

The Peppy Pals app is available on the App Store and on Google Play. 


39 SEK/month

Download the app and register to access Peppy Pals' safe and fun world that helps your child develop their emotional intelligence.


Drop us an email at support@peppypals.com if you have any questions

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About EQ

A research-based method

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Play alone has an enormous impact on children's development. Studies by UNICEF and LEGO show that play is one of the most effective ways for children to learn new skills. Children use play and stories as a way to process and relate to events in real life, thereby better understanding their experiences and emotions.

Play is key