What's Going on Here? Flash Cards
What's Going on Here? Flash Cards 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!
This is amazing. I never really realized just how much my youngest comprehends. This game has shown me his great ability to pay attention to small details, to infer, and to tell stories.
These cards really make the kids think and infer from just one single image! Some of these items are so fascinating because I learn with my kids. It can be difficult to really sort out what's going on, and we keep things in the context of 'maybe' that's what's happening. It's a fantastic tool for opening conversations, especially in the area of practicing speculation, leading to critical thinking. <3
Our kids love these cards. IT gives your children a chance to talk though what they see. We do this at lunch and gives my 4 y/o and 6 y/o a chance to think about situations and how to deal with it. The nice thing is it also allows each kid to tell you what they see. Since everyone see something different we usually have a few different conversations about each card.
This helping me to have conversations with my child, ask open ended questions, and hear him speak about what he saw. He was able to recognize facial expressions better and give those feelings a name!
My child loves these cards. He likes reversing rolls and asking "me" what going on here-so much fun.