1 What Are They Thinking? Cards Designed to stimulate animated discussion, these imaginative photocards provide an innovative way of initiating conversation with individuals and groups. Also useful for creative writing with all ages. The user imagines what the people are thinking and how they may feel in a similar situation, then fi lls in the speech bubble either verbally or in writing. This provides an opportunity to: Focus on thinking, Explore the relationship between thoughts and feelings, Recognise that behaviour can affect others, Look at the infl uences on thoughts and feelings, of factors such as surprise, stress, anger and excitement. Includes a CD-ROM with all the images to print out as individual worksheets. A valuable resource for SEAL. 30x A4 cards.
3 CARDS 48 036-SD10120 £ 56 .95
2 How Are They Feeling? Colorcards These cards present a range of scenarios and activities that occur frequently or rarely in everyday life, but which may have a huge infl uence or impact. Using relevant cards from the set provides opportunities to discuss what it may or may not portray and provide an ideal start-point for conversation or story telling with individuals or groups. Scenarios, experiences and activities depicted include: Parents rowing in front of daughter, Visit to the dentist, Feeding a pet, Cyber bullying. Contents: 30 cards, 297 x 210mm (A4), CD Rom + instruction booklet, boxed.
036-SD12108 £ 56 .95
3 Emotions & Expressions Colorcards A comprehensive set of cards which provide an opportunity to explore through discussion the likely emotions and responses that are shown in faces and accompanying body language. This is particularly helpful for children who fail to recognize or misread facial expressions and are consequently unable to behave appropriately having misunderstood the response they have observed.
Emotions and expressions featured include: worried, fed up, shocked, happy, sad, angry, dislike, scared, pleasure, surprised, confused and love. 48x A5 cards with manual. Age: 5+