Use these fun cards to help your child build a strong mindset and resilience from a young age. Packed in a handy calico bag, each card is laminated and designed with rounded corners to protect them from wear and tear, perfect for small children.
Proudly Australian made and printed on environmentally friendly paper.
32 double sided cards included in this pack:
12 question cards to encourage your child to think differently about their day.
12 activity cards to help them practice mindfulness or to help them improve the way they are feeling.
8 feeling and emotion cards to help your child understand and describe their feelings (anxious, bored, calm, frustrated, happy, lonely, sad and scared).
32 positive affirmation cards to help you encourage, support and inspire your child.
Cards measure 10cm x 15cm
Printed on 360gsm laminated card
Packaged in printed calico bag and packaged in a rigid envelope
Recommended age is for 3 years plus, however with adult supervision they can be used from a younger age.
A few special words from us
How smart are these?! What a beautiful product to help parents guide their toddler through the complex world of emotions. Talking about feelings and understanding how to name them is an important step towards developing empathy and self-awareness.
Age: 3 years +
Benefit: Social Skills & Empathy, Self-Awareness
Activity: Here are just a handful of different ways you could use the cards in this pack:
Positive affirmation cards: Get your toddler to pick a new affirmation card each day and display it in a dedicated place in the home. Perhaps they could even try to memorise it and spread the message to other people that day!
Feeling & emotion cards: If your toddler is experiencing upsetting emotions, use the feeling & emotion cards to help them identify and talk about them. Share vulnerability with your child by telling them about a time you felt the same way.
Activity cards: Set up a special 12 week unit on emotions with your child by scheduling a weekly 'Wellbeing Date'. Complete one of activities together each time and spend some quality time doing something your child loves you to do together.
Feeling & emotion cards: Show your child a card at random and ask them to copy the face pictured, then name the emotion together.
Feeling & emotion cards: Select a book that has a character that experiences three or more strong emotions throughout the story. Pause along the way and ask your toddler to pick the card that best describes how the character is feeling in that moment (help them if they're not sure).
Feeling & emotion cards: Choose a card, name the emotion, and discuss what you could do if someone around you was feeling this way.
Feeling & emotion cards: Set out several stuffed animals and dolls and put an emotion card on each one. Then speak to the figures as if they were feeling those emotions. This will help your child practice how they can respond to people in different emotional situations.