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Express Your Feelings Memory Game

Product Code: SS47249
A memory game update that bolsters children's emotional literacy and memory skills through play.
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  • Made from durable card, the tiles are sized for little hands

  • Build memory skills and explore diverse feelings

  • Tiles feature photos of real children expressing real emotions

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Express Your Feelings Memory Game

A memory game update that bolsters children's emotional literacy and memory skills through play.

  • This game showcases photos of real children displaying a wide range of emotions, aiding in the development of emotional vocabulary.

  • Adapting the familiar format of a memory game, this learning tool is essential for developing children's emotional intelligence. It features 80 vibrant and strong tiles showcasing real children displaying a wide spectrum of emotions from joy to sadness and further, subtler feelings like being hopeful or ashamed. This assortment assists in broadening children's emotional vocabulary.

  • The inclusion of authentic emotional expressions by real children on the tiles ensures a relatable experience, fostering a better understanding of diverse emotions. This promotes not only the identification of these emotions in others but also aids children in articulating their feelings accurately.

  • The memory matching game is designed to encourage empathy, facilitate communication, and trigger discussions about the emotions depicted on the tiles. Through gameplay, children navigate the landscape of feelings, supporting their social and emotional development in a friendly and engaging manner.

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  • Pack size:

    12

  • Age Range

    Suitable for age 3 years and up

  • Product contents
    • This set includes 80 sturdy, full-colour Feelings Tiles

    • There are 4 tiles for each of the 20 different feelings with 2 different faces portraying each feeling

    • Also includes a Getting Started Game Guide

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