eeBoo Conversation Cards I Heard Your Feelings
Each Conversation Card 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.
Product Benefits: Helps develop empathy and observational skills while examining friendly illustrations depicting emotional dynamics in a variety of situations. Conversation Cards cultivate valuable communication and analytical 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 a conversation about emotional situations, in a sturdy 5 x 6.5-inch box. Includes 2 Parent cards.
- 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.
- ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE: Made from 90% recycled gray board printed with vegetable-based inks. eeBoo has always been committed to creating responsible, sustainable products.
eeBoo creates refreshing toys and gifts that are 100% original (no licenses) and we commission our artwork from well-known and well-loved children’s book illustrators. Everything we make is meant for wholesome individual or family play. Many of our games and activities are based on old-fashioned formats which eeBoo re-invents with cheerful artwork and contemporary design.
eeBoo - Woman-Owned - Mother Run - Sustainably Sourced