Each sheet contains 12 different colour stickers which depict 12 different emotions: ecstatic, confident, surprised, hopeful, happy, confused, angry, frustrated, disgusted, lonely, sad and hysterical. Every pack contains ten sheets with 12 stickers on each for a total of 120 stickers. Stickers can be used for identifying and understanding feelings, and for rewarding behaviour.
Show How You Feel Today! Mood Dudes are a set of 5 squeezable cartoon faces that depict different emotions. They are much more than attractive, humorous balls, they are a tool that facilitators, counsellors, teachers and psychologists can use to help participants share and express their feelings. There are numerous ways you can use them. A popular method is to put the faces in the center of the sharing circle and ask each participant to pick a face that best describes a feeling that they experienced. Each participant... More info
Soft, squeezable, multi-coloured ball featuring 30 expressive koala characters! Learning to recognise our feelings and communicate them effectively to others are key aspects of building emotional intelligence. These 30 koala characters are not just calm, cute and cuddly; they’re also happy, sad, surprised, disgusted, bored, excited, scared, angry, proud, cheeky—and any other emotion a child or adult may be feeling! Therapists, social workers, teachers and parents know how important talking about feelings can be. Soft and easy to catch, this Therapy Ball will help get a ‘feelings conversation’ rolling! Throw or roll the... More info
*Tools for thinking, taking and writing* Sometimes simple is best. Here is a set of 12 visual metaphors, each with three questions on the back. These versatile paper tools will open doors to new conversations – super fast! Photocopy both side and use them in: counselling, workshops, self-care, goal setting, storytelling, classrooms, team building, supervision, creative writing ….anywhere meaningful conversations are important. What’s your message in a bottle? What’s your next step? What’s your bright idea? Is there an elephant in the room? Where are you heading? What’s you sparkling... More info