GAMES that support emotional development
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How am I feeling? Flashcards
Use eeBoo’s How Am I Feeling? conversation cards to interpret facial expressions and inspire conversations about what makes us feel the way we do, improving our emotional intelligence.
What Do I Do? Social Awareness Conversation Flash Cards
What do I do Flash Cards are a wonderful tool for any person who wants to gain a better understanding of social expectations. This deck of 48 cards helps children to understand how to handle several social situations with balance and confidence. The bright illustrations and simple instructions are perfect for open dialogue between parents and children on what social behaviour can be expected of them in various environments.
I Heard Your Feelings Conversation Flash Cards
By looking at the character’s faces and reflecting on a child’s own experiences, these cards guide children to recognize emotional dynamics in a variety of situations.
Feelings in a Jar
Everyone needs to know how to name and express feelings. Each jar holds 365 little slips printed with “feelings words”—gleeful, insecure, grateful, angry, cranky, courageous, hopeful, and many more. Pull a slip and act out the feeling, or invite someone else to act it out. Use as discussion starters, journaling prompts, or icebreakers for groups.
Todd Parr Feelings Flash Cards: (Kids Learning Flash Cards, Children's Emotion Cards, Emotion Games)
Feeling Flashcards help children young and old understand and put a name to what they are feeling in a relaxed and enjoyable manner.
Feelings Playing Cards by Jim Borgman
15 Fun Games Familiarize Kids With A Wide Range of Emotions Finish Incomplete Sentences By Picking Different Feelings, Make Up Stories Using Feeling Cards As Characters Pick Feeling Cards That Show How Other People Look To Them Pick Feeling Cards That Show How Kids Feel At Particular Times
The Insight Game: A Card Game That Teaches Emotional Intelligence by Childswork / Childsplay
The Insight Game: A Card Game That Teaches Emotional Intelligence: As they draw cards that ask them to talk about their families, their friends, and themselves, players learn to connect past and present events and to understand why people sometimes do things that may not be in their best interests. Recommended for ages 8-Up