My teacher niece loves it Recommended for Kura
It’s beautiful because it’s a game of recognising emotions, so it’s easy and fun, but there’s a deep and important learning happening as you play - and that’s there to draw on when you’re deep in an emotion. Those tools, that self acceptance. I’m so grateful that this exists.
Box set of cards
Great resource to start using with the kids to help them be able to understand and talk about feelings more
How do I Feel cards
I am a Secondary School Drama teacher, and I bought these cards to use with my Year 9 - 13 classes. We are using them a lot, at all levels, for games, character development and script exploration. They encourage the students to think about a much wider range of emotions, and this is enabling them to create work that is deeper and much more effective and connected. It's also good to see students developing their vocabulary around emotions; understanding how many and how varied they are is key to helping them to connect to themselves, their characters and their audience. I've also ordered the whole set for school, the Music and Dance teachers are keen to use them in their subjects too! Nga mihi Wildling, these cards are awesome!
How do I feel Cards
Love the product. But the dictionary is the best overall I wouldn't recommend book or cards for kids under 5 . If you want introduce cards under 5 would only introduce the basic big feelings.. Anger, Happy, Excitement, Frustration, Patience, Sad etc. Then slowly start introducing more...
Big Emotions for Little people
This is a beautiful book. Such a wonderful introduction to Emotional Literacy from a very early age.