Product Number : 349663
Developed by Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D. Children who understand how other people think and feel act more appropriately and enjoy richer social relationships. This card game helps players recognize the importance of empathy, a central component of emotional intelligence. As children try to read other players' nonverbal cues and guess how they've responded to Question Cards, they practice this skill in a fun way. Compassion, understanding, and acceptance - all in one game!
40 Question Cards:
13 Emotion Cards
14 Talking Without Words Cards
13 Value Cards
16 Choice Cards (A, B, C, D)
This product is also part of the Best Behavior Card Games Set.
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