Can you spot sadness, find fear and discover disgust? Go on a fantastic feelings hunt with Emotion Commotion from Hope Education. This exciting card game is a wonderful way to strengthen children’s recognition and understanding of emotions.
Emotion Commotion is complete with a pack of 52 cards, each depicting a colourful, jam-packed array of illustrations. Can your pupils locate the emotion monsters amongst the stars, flowers and lollipops? When they spot a monster match, children should place their top card on top of the middle pile as quickly as they can! The first player to get rid of all their cards is the winner. Designed to develop emotional literacy, this super resource will empower pupils with the vital language they need to discuss facial expressions and feelings. Don’t delay, create monster magic today!
What’s in the Box?
- 1 x pack of 52 Emotion Commotion cards (including the emotions: happy, sad, angry, worried, disappointed, jealous, confused, proud, excited, disgusted, loved and frightened)
- This resource will help to create an ethos of support, care and wellbeing within your classroom, ensuring that pupils feel safe and heard at school.
- Emotion Commotion is a fantastic way to encourage learners to use and explore the language of emotions with greater independence. It’s simple and easy for children to play without adult involvement.
- Enhance emotional literacy even further by combining this resource with our Discovery Stones – Monster Emotions. This game is also a lovely way to enrich learning about ‘The Colour Monster’ by Anna Llenas.
- Use as part of 1:1 or group interventions targeted towards children who are struggling with the recognition or regulation of emotions. This is particularly helpful for pupils with additional learning needs in the areas of Communication & Interaction or Social, Emotional & Mental Health.
- Use as a way to help pupils who are coping with difficult, contextual life events and may need extra time and support to discuss their feelings. This game will take the process increasingly accessible and reassuring.
- Fantastic for developing general emotional literacy and conflict resolution skills across the EYFS and Key Stage 1, where children may find it trickier to label, understand and manage their emotions.