Let's Talk Feelings

Let's Talk Feelings
HE1771610

Product code: HE1771610

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Product Description

Let s Talk: Feelings is a card game to enable people to become more aware of their feelings.

It is an adaptable resource, designed for use as a 5-minute ice breaker, in a one-hour discussion, or in a series of more detailed workshop sessions, and covers a range of feelings, for example: angry, jealous, calm, disappointed, overwhelmed, proud, nervous, frustrated, uncomfortable, curious, left out, loving.

The cards are presented in 6 sections:

  • Give an example of when you felt...?
  • How would you feel if...? (for example, if all your friends were invited to a party and you weren t, or if you get the blame for something you did not do)
  • You are feeling...? How would you show it?
  • Dealing with different emotions
  • Helping friends to deal with different feelings
  • Other people s feelings (e.g. You boast about your achievements. How might the other person feel?; You ask for help from a friend even though you know they are busy. How might they feel?).

Let's Talk: Feelings can be used:

  • with adults and children.
  • with individuals or in small groups
  • at home, school (e.g. circle time, learning support), in therapy settings.

Further Information

Author
Sue Nicholls
Brand
Speechmark/Routledge
Development need
Social skills
ISBN
9780863887413
Pack size
Each
Product type
Games
Publisher
Taylor and Francis
GBP20.99
GBP25.19 inc VAT
In stock
Quantity:

Let s Talk: Feelings is a card game to enable people to become more aware of their feelings.

It is an adaptable resource, designed for use as a 5-minute ice breaker, in a one-hour discussion, or in a series of more detailed workshop sessions, and covers a range of feelings, for example: angry, jealous, calm, disappointed, overwhelmed, proud, nervous, frustrated, uncomfortable, curious, left out, loving.

The cards are presented in 6 sections:

  • Give an example of when you felt...?
  • How would you feel if...? (for example, if all your friends were invited to a party and you weren t, or if you get the blame for something you did not do)
  • You are feeling...? How would you show it?
  • Dealing with different emotions
  • Helping friends to deal with different feelings
  • Other people s feelings (e.g. You boast about your achievements. How might the other person feel?; You ask for help from a friend even though you know they are busy. How might they feel?).

Let's Talk: Feelings can be used:

  • with adults and children.
  • with individuals or in small groups
  • at home, school (e.g. circle time, learning support), in therapy settings.

Further Information

Author
Sue Nicholls
Brand
Speechmark/Routledge
Development need
Social skills
ISBN
9780863887413
Pack size
Each
Product type
Games
Publisher
Taylor and Francis

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