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Todd Parr Feelings Flash Cards Cards – August 18, 2010
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The pictures provide a context for the feelings: one of my favorites is disappointed - with a blue colored boy holding an empty ice cream cone and a blob of ice cream on the ground - so cute (and sad at the same time lol)
Each card has two opposite feelings on them - happy on one side and sad on the other - I wish each card only had one feeling, as I would not necessarily match up the opposites the same way
I use these often with kids and families I work with. I've had coworkers ask to borrow them, as well, and parents want to buy them, too.
I recommend these for anyone who works with kids and families
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Illustrations are poorly displayed. Not at all what I was expecting.Published 9 days ago by AEK2011
This is a useful tool for therapeutic practitioners who are working with children on feeling identification and is useful for a variety of activities and ages. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Theragirl1
These are a hit! They not only have worked wonders in getting our children to talk about their feelings, but our child's teacher has gotten some and our therapist has as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like to use these to teach kids that there are more feelings than just happy, sad, and mad.Published 4 months ago by Adrian Paschal
These are great for mt ELL's. They introduce so many emotions as opposites and show the emotions more clearly than photographs that can seem to be one emotion or other. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephanie Czelder