- Help children understand how other people think, feel, and act
- Practice reading nonverbal cues
Developed by Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D. Children who understand how other people think and feel act more appropriately and enjoy richer social relationships. This card game helps players recognize the importance of empathy, a central component of emotional intelligence.
As children try to read other players' nonverbal cues and guess how they've responded to Question Cards, they practice this skill in a fun way. Compassion, understanding, and acceptance - all in one game!
Contents: 40 Question Cards (13 Emotion Cards, 14 Talking Without Words Cards, 13 Value Cards), Instructions, 16 Choice Cards (A, B, C, D)
Additional Product Info
|Topics:||Autism Spectrum, Social Skills, Empathy|
|Recommended ages:||Ages 8 through 13|
|Grade level:||Grades 3 through 8|
|Players:||2 - 4|
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts
Not for children 3 years or under
either way, i've played it both. I actually like when everyone puts down their own answer card because it opens the door for discussion and sharing why we chose the answers we chose.