Feelings and Dealings: An Emotions and Empathy Card Game | Award-Winning | Therapy Games for Kids | Social and Emotional Skills Development | Feelings Flash Cards
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- AWARD-WINNING GAME: 48 expressive feelings cards, 24 universal emotions, 3 educational games, and 5 therapy games all in one card deck for kids aged 3 to 6 years.
- TEACHES EMPATHY AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE THROUGH PLAY: These emotion cards teach children coping and social emotional learning skills such as how to identify emotions through facial expressions, body language, and in social contexts.
- PERFECT FOR PARENTS, THERAPISTS, TEACHERS, AND COUNSELORS: Mental Health Professionals love our therapeutic games. Teachers use our educational games in the classroom, and parents use them as conversational cards to connect with their children or as learning games to aid in child development.
- LARGE, STURDY CARDS: 48 illustrated cards are sized at 3.5" by 5" inches for easy viewing and small hands. Includes 24 Individual Pose Cards that develop emotional intelligence and 24 corresponding Social Scene Cards that develop social intelligence.
- SUPPORTS MENTAL HEALTH: Supports emotional health and connection. Kids discover a wide range of emotions which builds empathy, self and other awareness, interpersonal connection, and models ways to express needs.
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All kids deserve to grow up emotionally healthy by learning essential life skills such as emotional intelligence, empathy, and mindfulness. Parents, teachers, and therapists want to build children's skills like empathy but often don't know how. Feelings and Dealings offer a fun, affordable way that teaches these skills through play while building diversity awareness through the products' characters. Our range of characters shows a diverse mix of ages, ethnicities, and abilities. Customers tell us that their children love exploring the different ways to play with the card deck and are surprised by the improved emotional vocabulary and resulting conversations with their kids.
Research also supports the importance of social emotional learning (SEL). According to the nonprofit Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) organization, SEL offers long-term benefits in academics, behaviors, attitudes, and skills, improving life outcomes. As a result, schools invest money into SEL programs to teach kids these concepts, much like teaching math or other school subjects. Our award-winning game supports social-emotional learning, emotional literacy, and regulation through engaging gameplay! Games naturally require players to apply their knowledge so that these fuzzy concepts become tangible skills.
With this early childhood educational tool, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and 1st graders, including those with Autism, ADHD, or special needs, will learn:
- Emotional Literacy
- Body Language
- Facial Expressions
- Social Contexts
48 TOTAL LAMINATED CARDS SIZED AT 3.5"x5"
24 Individual Pose cards show a child expressing emotion through nonverbal cues such as facial expression and body language. EACH INDIVIDUAL POSE CARD MATCHES A SOCIAL SCENE CARD. 24 Social Scene cards convey feeling in a realistic social situation involving family, friends, and pets in a variety of age-appropriate settings.
It's a therapeutic tool for developing social intelligence and emotional intelligence through play. The laminated cards are easy to see at 3.5" x 5" inches and are perfect for small hands.
8 GAMES OR USE AS CONVERSATION CARDS
8 GAMES! 3 games for educational play and 5 games for therapeutic play. The best kids game for teaching soft skills! Use the feelings cards as emotions flashcards for toddlers.
CONVERSATION CARDS. Encourages communication through play. It's a play therapy tool helping kids relieve emotional stress and build coping skills!
24 NUANCED EMOTIONS
How many emotions/moods can your child (or you!) name and identify? Sure, they know happy, mad, and sad. But can they identify the facial expressions and body language of nuanced, complex emotions like distracted, overwhelmed, etc.? Kids build emotional skills through discovering 24 emotions.
Created by Game On Family and Camille Childs; Play-tested by Health Care Professionals
Feelings and Dealings was created by Camille Childs, the CEO of Game On Family. Game On Family creates family-friendly, educational games & books that support mental health, emotional intelligence, social-emotional learning, & mindfulness. We believe that learning happens best through play!
Play-tested by health care professionals as well as psychologists, therapists, social workers, and counselors; our game can be used by therapists in group therapy counseling sessions. *Not a substitute for therapy.
Not suitable for children under 3 years because of small part(s).
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Licensed Mental Health Counselor
I cannot recommend this enough. I am so thankful that something like this exists. It has helped tremendously with my preschooler's language development. She struggled with Echolalia till age 4, and still (age 5) can't "use her own words" to relay what she's thinking sometimes. The give/take conversations have improved tremendously.
Even without language issues, this set would be highly beneficial to any child in understanding emotions. Every household should own a set!
She isn't far along enough for the games quite yet, but we work on 2 feelings/scenarios a week and incorporate it into play with Dolls as well so she really gets it for her age. It has also helpes with tantrums because we talk about coping skills for all the emotions.
The representation of diversity is so refreshing. We have a mixed family so I cannot thank the creators enough for this.
However, the quality of the cards are good and the images are engaging and I like that multiple races are utilized.
Overall I would give this a 3.5 star rating.
It’s a great ice breaker in play therapy with my younger clients and is great for teaching emotional literacy and empathy.
At home, my 2 young toddlers love playing with the cards, so I just leave them out and they are already identifying and relating to some of the feelings on the cards. Look forward to purchasing more as gifts for my therapist/teacher/mommy friends!