What's Going on Here? Flashcards
What's Going on Here? flashcards are an excellent tool for parents who want to teach their children how to make inferences using both obvious and subtle observations, in conjunction with logic. The What's Going on Here? animal illustrations have much kid-appeal, and each tells a story for children to unravel.
There are parental prompt questions on the back of each card to guide the conversation and for helping your child to discern the motivations of others, what are appropriate social expectations, and how to develop respect and empathy. When you teach your child to study and decode sticky situations you give them insights on how to appropriately navigate social situations with both poise and confidence. What's going on Here? includes 50 flashcards and two parent cards.
Card Size: 4.5"x 6"
Count: 50 Flash Cards, 2 Parent Cards
Awards and Endorsements:
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Best Toy Award 2018!
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio SNAP (Special Needs Adaptable Product) Award!
Great for kids of all ages! These are great conversation starters.
My daughter enjoys talking about what's going on in the pictures. She often doesn't fully understand what is happening on her own. She needs me to guide her and ask her questions. Otherwise, she makes up her own story, but I think the questions help to guide her to look more closely at the details in the picture.
My son loves doing these cards. They are a nice easy way to introduce emotions & how to handle them & develop empathy for others based on what is going on around us. The illustrations are okay, but maybe could be a little more clearer on a few of the cards. I would definitely recommend these cards.
These flashcards are really great for helping your child to discern the motivations of others, what are appropriate social expectations, and how to develop respect and empathy. There are questions on the back of each card for parents to guide the child through the conversation. My 7-year-old loves to "play teacher" with my 5-year-old using these cards!
We do these once a week and all the children love participating. Very fun to see what they each think of the scenes.