Explore thoughts and feelings about inner and outer worlds and how these relate to each other. These cards provide a unique way to prompt discussion not just about specific emotions or feelings but can provide a starting point for a deeper discussion about life issues.
The scenarios depicted on the cards reflect both positive and negative situations, some of which may be difficult to approach in other ways.
The appealing characters have no age, gender or race and so will appeal to young people, adolescents and adults alike, and can be used in a variety of ways including story-work, drama and role play.
Questions could include:
These images will appeal to a broad range of people and help them to talk about and explore important issues in their lives. 40 illustrated cards with guidance notes.
Suitable for all ages.
Each card is 121x75mm double laminated, on a jump ring. Cards can be taken off to use individually. Full instructions and ideas in pack.
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