The Face It Collection always makes an impression! This set of thirty-five (35) hand-drawn cards, depicting a wide range of facial expressions, are designed to engage children and adults from diverse social and cultural backgrounds as well as those on the Autism spectrum or with other special needs.
The Face It cards give greater meaning to discussions involving feelings, emotions and behaviours. They can help families resolve conflict and classmates explore social scenarios or ethical dilemmas. Whether in the classroom, clinic or at home, the Face It cards have the capacity to overcome barriers – They go beyond words and are sure to strike a chord with the young people you work with.
This therapeutic resource includes 35 cards (100 x 100 mm), poster and user manual developed by Kimberley O’Brien, Child Psychologist. The Face It cards are on their second edition, now with a stronger metal tin!
40 Cards for creating respectful conversations with young people and adults about diversity and identity, particularly in relation to gender, sexuality and biological sex. Diversity enriches our community by … Everyone’s body is different, therefore … A gender stereotype I have experienced is … A person’s identity is made up of many things including … These are just four of the forty cards from Rainbow Talk, a resource for opening up respectful conversations and storytelling about diversity—particularly in relation to gender, sexuality and biological sex. Featuring a... More info
The Art of Conversation for Children is the perfect way for children to become great communicators, learn about other people, better understand themselves, all as they enjoy great times and strengthen bonds with family and friends. Everyone wins! *Examples:* What is something fun to do that doesn’t cost any money? How can you help make another person’s life happier? What would be a wonderful day out? What is the best thing about being a child? *TAOC helps children:* Make friends and be friends. Speak well and... More info
*A Tool for Children and Young People to Develop Self-Advocacy Skills and Build Resilience* This conversational tool made up of 52 cards and accompanying guidance, helps young people build their advocacy skills by establishing their own strengths and needs. Organised into 10 categories, the cards cover additional needs, feelings and communication, how to seek help, and many more useful topics to develop resilience. There are around 150 questions which can be used flexibly by young people and facilitating adults, such as: What do I think I am good at/not... More info