|Color||I Heard Your Feelings|
|Release date||1 January 2021|
|Mfg Recommended age||3 year and up|
|Item model number||FLIHF|
|Product Dimensions||34.59 x 34.59 x 28.3 cm; 320 Grams|
eeBoo I Heard Your Feelings Conversation Flash Cards
- BENEFITS: Help develop empathy through friendly illustrations of social situations that show complex emotions. Conversation Cards cultivate valuable communication skills while building an essential foundation for social and emotional learning
- DEVELOP SOCIAL and EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: 48 illustrated 4.5 x 6 inch cards with picture prompts for conversation about emotional situations, in a sturdy 5 x 6.5 inch box. For ages 3 and up.
- ACCESSIBLE ARTWORK: Warmly illustrated by Saxton Freymann, situations are depicted to encourage thoughtful analysis of emotional dynamics, sparking conversation and insight.
- SCREEN-FREE FUN: For over 25 years, eeBoo has created wholesome, educational games and activities that cultivate conversation, socialization, and skill-building while developing essential skills.
- WOMAN-OWNED business dedicated to sustainability, safety, and the creation of original and extraordinary gifts and toys. SUSTAINABLY SOURCED: 90% recycled materials, printed with vegetable-based inks.
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eeBoo's award-winning I Heard Your Feelings Conversation Flash Cards set features a common scenario, such as being picked for a team, or accidentally breaking a vase. Questions on the back of each card invite parents and children to discuss what is happening and how the characters are feeling in each scene. By looking at the characters’ faces and postures and reflecting on a child's own experiences, these cards help children to recognize emotional dynamics in a variety of situations, while sparking important conversations about feelings and socialization. Winner of Oppenheim SNAP Award (Special Needs Adaptable Product).
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I absolutely love that they don't have an age listed, and the text and characters are able to be used with an older child. In fact, while I bought this with a particular child in mind, they were so good that we've been using them as a whole family, doing a few per day. And yes, I have been known to stack the deck after certain behavior choices - there's a card that relates to every possible behavior.
The only flaw I had with this, is that one card had a character listed wrong on the back. All the characters are anthropomorized animals like Cat, Dog, Bear, etc. The smaller "child" figures have names like Cub, Kitten, Puppy, etc. They missed one and labeled the character wrong.
It also annoyed me at first that the background color seems to be random. However, there are actually subtle differences in the colors and each card has a unique color. So then I thought it was neat that so much thought was put into the background. We have bought a lot of SEL stuff, because building emotional intelligence is important to us as parents. But in terms of value per dollar for a purchase, I think this was our best ever. After we have cycled through this deck a few times, I intend to purchase some of the others in this series.
My almost 5-year-old and 2.5-year-old are both very interested in these picture cards. The illustrations are simple enough so that a preschooler can understand what is going on or begin to understand the emotions/concepts as you help explain. I like that there are a few characters used repetitively throughout the set so kids grow familiar with their names (I.e. pig and piglet). The questions on the back of the cards are great for getting kids to start realizing to look at others’ faces and body language to understand how they’re feeling.
This would also be a great learning tool for kids on the autism spectrum of any age!
Reviewed in the United States on 23 October 2020