Helping Children Identify Their Feelings in Common Situations

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Help children who have difficulty identifying their feelings with these situational cards..
Many children with special needs, particularly those with autism and significant language disorders, have difficulty putting names to their feelings. This inability to tell others how they are feeling can lead to a variety of misunderstandings and misbehaviors.
This set of cards provides a variety of hypothetical yet common situations to help your students identify how they would feel. There are also 3 blank cards to add your own situations.
You can also use them to help students identify how others feel in such situations, giving them practice with realizing how others feel. This helps to improve their social skills. (These cards have a different border, so you can separate them if desired.)
There are a total of 69 situation cards, plus the 3 blank cards.
There is a picture communication board for students who need augmentative communication or visual cues.
There is a game board and spinner for using the cards in a game format.
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Helping Children Identify Their Feelings in Common Situations
Helping Children Identify Their Feelings in Common Situations
Helping Children Identify Their Feelings in Common Situations
Helping Children Identify Their Feelings in Common Situations