A tin full of fun multi-cultural Feelings Cards will help increase children’s feelings vocabulary.
Instructions for 10 games which can be played with the cards.
Each tin contains the definitions of 30 feelings: Angry, Ashamed, Bored, Bullied, Confused, Depressed, Disappointed, Disgusted, Embarrassed, Excited, Frustrated, Guilty, Happy, Hate, Hurt, Jealous, Lonely, Love, Nervous, Proud, Sad, Safe, Scared, Shame, Shocked, Shy, Sorry, Surprised, Unsafe, Worried.
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