Brybelly Feelings in a Flash - Emotional Intelligence Flashcard Game - Toddlers & Special Needs Children - Teaching Empathy Activities, Coping & Social Skills - 50 Scenario Cards, 50 Reaction Faces
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- LET'S TALK ABOUT FEELINGS: Includes 50 richly illustrated, open-ended family and school scenario cards and an array of 50 emotions
- LEARN TO COPE: Each emotion face card features a list of practical coping suggestions to guide positive behavior and decision-making skills
- EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE BUILDS CONFIDENCE: In order to build confidence and empathy later in life, teach your child to identify and express their feelings at a young age
- PERFECT FOR CLASSROOMS & COUNSELORS: Help students access their feelings and practice vital communication skills
- SO MANY WAYS TO PLAY: 50 vibrant poker-size cards encourage creative thinking and expression, suited for conversation or a fun, family-friendly game
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A developing brain sure can be a wild place! That's why it is so important to teach children how to properly express their feelings at an early age. Starting this young will help the next generation grow to become healthy-minded individuals.
Feelings in a Flash is a set of flash cards packed with fun activities that encourage little ones to openly discuss and reflect upon their emotions. This builds a healthy foundation of confidence and self-awareness that will benefit them for a lifetime.
So Many Ways to Play!
Reading books about emotions may be helpful, but hands-on learning makes the experience more personal to each unique child. Teaching children a strong, nuanced vocabulary of feeling words at a young age provides them with the tools necessary to properly label and express feelings to enhance communication and social abilities that will benefit them as they grow up and enter adulthood.
Composed of 100 cards measuring 2.5" x 3.5"
Why You'll Love It!
Packed with richly illustrated, open ended flash cards with scenarios related to family and school environments and an array of 50 emotions. Each emotion face card features a list of practical coping suggestions to guide positive behavior and decision-making skills.
Perfect for parents, teachers, behavior therapists, and counselors looking for an engaging way to teach emotion recognition.
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For example, How would you feel if....a classmate trips you in the hallway and everybody laughs and points. This could just as easily be ....you are pushed down and everyone around starts to point a laugh. The location is irrelevant to the situation.
Another is....while playing basketball in gym class, you missed a shot and your team lost the game. "In gym class" is totally not needed.
So if you homeschool this might not be the right tools.