DISCOVER WHAT YOUR CHILD IS REALLY THINKING AND FEELING. Be the first player to reach the end of the gamepath by recognising, exploring and acting out emotions! HELP YOUR CHILD EXPLORE A WORLD OF FEELINGS! What scares your child. What makes him or her feel happy, frustrated or sad. This groundbreaking, therapist-endorsed game encourages you and your child to explore these emotions in fun, active (and sometimes very silly) ways. My FeelingsTM features seven basic feelings that players will first identify, then explore by moving along the gameboard, drawing cards, answering questions, and taking silly breaks. As they play, children will discover how to recognise feelings in themselves and in others, and to cope with them in socially appropriate ways. And they'll have way too much fun to realise that they're developing valuable life skills! DID YOU KNOW. My FeelingsTM was developed in collaboration with leading speech- language pathologists and occupational therapists to promote the social-emotional development of young children by encouraging them to express their feelings in an exciting, engaging activity.
Looking for an exciting way to spend endless hours of quality time with your kids? The groundbreaking My Feelings™ challenges children ages 4 and up to explore seven common feelings in fun, active and sometimes hilarious ways. Entertaining characters and unique gameplay set the stage for connecting with their feelings and those of others, while having too much fun to realize how much they're learning along the way!
The card deck offers 280 situations for kids to respond to by choosing an answer or making up their own... so every game offers a whole new opportunity for communication, laughter, and just plain fun!
• Approved by kids
• Endorsed by leading psychologists and therapists
The My Feelings board game is a fun way for children with ASD to explore their own emotions and acquire a range of constructive ways of expressing feelings. The game is appealing to children in terms of the quality of graphics, as well as the structure, activities and pace.
The My Feelings game addresses emotions and self-regulation in a way that is informative and fun. Further, this game addresses social skills, including conversational and listening skills, and literacy. I highly recommend this wonderful material.
Professor Tony Attwood
Author, Asperger’s Syndrome -
A Guide for Parents and Professionals