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Feelings In a Jar® A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction

Everyone needs to know how to name and express feelings.

A whole lotta feelings in one little jar

Use your in a jar® cards for:

Act it Out: Pull out a card, mime or show expressions of the feeling for other people to guess. Try using verbal clues to help. For example: “This feeling starts with the letter D”

Daily Insights: Pull out a feelings card and discuss or write about the last time you felt that way and if you’d do anything differently the next time. How often do you notice this feeling in yourself or in others?

Icebreaker: Everyone in your group pulls out a feeling card. Walk around the room to find someone with a similar (or opposite) feeling. You can say to someone, “Hello I’m cheerful” You may continue with your real name and more introduction when you find someone with a similar or opposite feeling

Talk in Out: Pull out a card, describe a time when someone might have that feeling, others try to guess that feeling

Interest Level: Ages 8 & up

Includes: 101 cards, 3" recyclable plastic screw-top jar

Samples of feelings words

Gleeful, Insecure, Grateful, Angry, Cranky, Courageous, Hopeful, Unhappy, Relaxed, Hopeless and many more.

 

Feelings In a Jar® A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction

Author: Free Spirit

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