How was Your Day? Conversation Cards help children and parents navigate social situations about going back to school, prepping for school for the first time, or starting a new school. Questions on the back of each card invite parents and children to discuss what is happening in the sensitive illustrations. These cards help children to recognize emotional dynamics in going back to school, while sparking important conversations about their own experiences and how they are feeling.
The What Do I Do Flash Cards are a wonderful tool for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of subverted social expectations. This deck of 48 cards helps children understand how to handle various social situations with poise, grace, and confidence. The encouraging illustrations and simple instructions are perfect for opening up dialogues between parents and children about what behavior may be expected from them in various social environments. By encouraging kids to understand and digest positive social behavior rather than memorizing it, these cards will help kids to comfortably respond to a wide range of social cues. Illustrated by Saxton Freymann.
What's Going On Here? conversation cards help us to understand the friendly illustrations by making inferences using logic, observation, and social experience. What's Going On Here? conversation cards cultivate valuable communication skills and help build an essential foundation for social literacy, analyzing clues, and problem solving. The cards deploy artwork by Saxton Freymann, delightfully demonstrating a broad range of emotions and situations.
I Heard Your Feelings Conversation Cards 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.