Talking about feelings can be fun! Children feel better as they become more skilled at identifying and expressing their feelings. This card game is designed to encourage children to talk about their feelings and understand the feelings of others.
This engaging card game challenges kids to recognize how different facial expressions and body language convey feelings, and how to listen and interpret the feelings of others. Game focuses on 13 basic feelings that will help children overcome their emotional, behavioral, or social problems.
- Carlos's parents often argue with each other. How do you think the arguing makes Carlos feel? What could he do about his situation?
- You went to a birthday party but felt like no one wanted to talk to you. You sat quietly in your chair and didn't really talk to anyone. What could you have done or said to change how you felt?
- Ask you parents to go through family photos with you. Talk about the pictures and the feelings in people in the photos may have been having.
- Show how you look when you feel worried about something. Are you thinking about any particular situation?
Additional Product Info
|Topics:||Autism Spectrum, Emotions|
|Recommended ages:||Ages 6 through 12|
|Grade level:||Grades K through 7|
|Players:||2 - 4|
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts
Not for children 3 years or under
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