Stages: Emotion Cards
Winner of the Tillywig Toy Awards and Family Choice Awards, Stages: Emotion Cards will help your pre-K student identify and discuss feelings and emotions. Emotion Cards provide parents a systematic way to develop emotional intelligence in their children. These cards will give you an organic way to foster discussions about a range of emotions, why the people feel that way, and the appropriate and inappropriate responses to these feelings.
For your convenience, suggested conversation starters specific to each scenario are on the back of the cards. An activity booklet provides detailed instruction ideas on how to build emotional awareness and social skills.
Lesson Plan: Emotions Go Fish
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Publisher: Stages Learning Materials
Format: 80-card Set
Awards and Endorsements:
Tillywig Toy Awards Brain Child Award Winner!
Family Choice Award Winner!
This set is great for speech and thinking skills! The emotions cards are quite limited to 5 emotions but I like it a lot for the actions cards... A lot to discuss about the people, actions and environment. I totally recommend it!
These are amazing. I really appreciate that they embrace diversity. They are realistic. A great way to introduce children to emotions and help them understand their own feelings.
This set gives your child the tools needed to recognize and express emotions on real peoples faces as well as work through various scenarios and problem solve together. This along with All About Feelings was great.
I’m currently using this product with my 5 1/2 year old with autism. I use 1-2 cards per week with him. He has attention span issues and loves to move around a lot, but when he sees the cards he’s immediately interested. My son loves the cards that feature different people portraying “basic facial expressions”. He even runs quickly to a mirror and mimics the expressions while saying “happy”, “sad”, “angry”, etc.
This product has also helped with his speech. He has a little more trouble with the images that depict people in “real life situations” but this is something we are going to keep working in the near future.
I also use this with my 4 year old and she loves to have lengthy conversations with me about the cards that depict people in real life situations.
Would definitely recommend this product!
The pictures on the cards are realistic and not cartoonish, and I love that. This opens up the avenue to discuss emotions in a fun way!