TEACH KIDS ABOUT EMOTIONS WITH THESE FEELING GAMES FOR KIDS CARDS!
Are you looking for a fun way to teach kids how to identify emotions? If so, you’ll love this set of feeling games for kids!
The Feeling Games for Kids card deck helps children to increase their emotional vocabulary, normalize feelings, and build empathy. As a consequence to developing a diverse, nuanced vocabulary of feeling words, children begin to develop the necessary tools to express themselves and self-regulate. In other words, these bright, multicultural emotion cards will encourage language development, interpersonal communication, and social emotional learning. Above all, kids learn best through play, which is what they will get to do with this SEL counseling resource.
INCLUDES OVER 7 DIFFERENT GAMES THAT BUILD EMOTIONAL LITERACY AND SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING
You can use this card set to play at least 7 different familiar games. For example, these therapeutic interventions include:
- “Go Feelings” (Go Fish)
- “Feeling Match-Up” (Concentration)
- “Unfeeling Robot” (Old Maid)
- “Highest Number” (War)
- Act The Feeling Out (Charades)
- Feelings Question Cards
- How Might You Feel If
If you are a school counselor, family therapist, or parent, you are sure to find a format that works best for your students, clients, or children. Recommended for elementary and middle school aged kids.
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