My Feelings Game. Fun Educational Family Game to Help Kids Express Their Emotions and Learn self Regulation. Endorsed by Dr Temple Grandin and Other World Renown clinicians and Educators.
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My Feelings Game
Ages: 4 years and up
What scares your child? What makes him or her feel happy, frustrated or angry? This inspirational game encourages you and your child to explore these emotions in fun, active (and sometimes very silly) ways. As they play, children will discover how to recognize feelings in themselves and in others, and to cope with them in socially appropriate ways. And they’ll have way too much fun to realize that they’re developing valuable life skills!
HELP YOUR CHILD EXPLORE A WORLD OF FEELINGS AND SELF REGULATION!
OBJECT OF THE GAME
Be the first player to reach the end of the game path by RECOGNIZING, EXPLORING and ACTING OUT emotions!
ABOUT THE GAME
The My Feelings game is a fun, family-friendly way to help kids understand and express their feelings, and to cope with them in socially appropriate ways. What we love most about this groundbreaking game is the fact that it gives parents, teachers and clinicians valuable insight into what kids are really thinking and really feeling. And it gives kids insight into what the grown-ups are feeling, too!
FUN, EASY TO PLAY AND EDUCATIONAL
As they play, children will discover how to recognize feelings in themselves and in others. And they’ll have way too much fun to realize that they’re developing valuable life skills!
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING ABOUT MY FEELINGS
“I highly recommend it! Play it . . . and you will laugh, learn and grow together.” Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR
The social and emotional issues of children are often not addressed. Therapists most often consider developmental skill acquisition in cognitive, language, motor, sensory and other domains. But frequently missing is identification and understanding of how emotions can be used in daily life.
The team at Sensational Learners has developed a one-of-a-kind game that not only identifies emotions, but also provides a way to talk about and work on coping and compensation skills for the feelings a child experiences.
The My Feelings game has the best qualities of a game for children: first, it has universal applicability–it’s appropriate for all children; second, it is FUN; and third, it is POSITIVE, focusing on what children can do! I highly recommend it! Play it . . . and you will laugh, learn and grow together.
Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR
Founder and Clinical Director, STAR Center
Founder and Research Director, Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation
“…a fun way for children with ASD to explore their own emotions and acquire a range of constructive ways of expressing feelings.” Professor Tony Attwood
Children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder have considerable difficulty learning how to manage their emotions. 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.
Children who have an ASD will identify with the situations and parents, teachers and therapists will have a greater insight into the child’s world of emotions. I particularly appreciated how the game encourages children to have fun with feelings and learn how they and other participants in the game share the same thoughts and emotions.
Professor Tony Attwood
Author, Asperger’s Syndrome – A Guide for Parents and Professionals
“…this innovative game is appropriate for all children. – I highly recommend this wonderful material.” Brenda Smith Myles, PhD
The My Feelings game is not only fun, but it can help any child build confidence, build skills and make connections with others. The purpose of the game is not to win, but to learn, explore, disclose, share and think.
For this reason, it is not only a great toy for teaching those with autism, learning disabilities or emotional needs, but also an ideal tool for building community in a classroom or bonding on family game night.
Paula Kluth, PhD
Author, “You’re Going to Love This Kid”: Teaching Students with Autism in Inclusive Classrooms
While created for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, this innovative game is appropriate for all children! 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.
This game should be in every classroom, daycare, and therapist’s office. My Feelings combines fun and learning – I highly recommend this wonderful material.
Brenda Smith Myles, PhD
Scientific Council Board Member at Organization for Autism Reasearch
The My Feelings game… carries you through the maze of emotions and self-regulatory strategies. Sitting face-to-face in dialogue with your partner, solving problems and discovering your feelings as well as those of others and having fun, is an asset that all intervention approaches can benefit from.
Do not bypass this easy-to-learn game to catch your child’s gleam and advance your relationship through social interactions and communication. I recommend it to you!
Serena Wieder, PhD
Co-Author of Engaging Autism and The Child with Special Needs
280 scenarios to help kids explore and talk about feelings! 260 regulation strategies to help kids manage their feelings in socially appropriate ways! 24 movement cards to keep kids engage! Illustrated Booklet that introduces seven different kids with seven different feelings!