Emotions - magnetic game

Janod

£24.99

This magnetic game will make your child discover the emotions thanks to the illustrated cards representing different situations of daily life. It is accompanied by an emotion guide, written by psychomotricians. On the back of each card, a "response" face corresponds to the magnets to be used to reproduce the face corresponding to this emotion.

There are 2 levels of play: simply reproduce the expression on the back of the card, or for older children, try to guess what emotion corresponds to each situation. At the bottom of the box, a mirror allows the child to practice reproducing and identifying the different emotions. This magnetic game contains: 1 wooden board, 27 large magnets (10 faces, 10 smileys, 7 outfit) and 20 "situation" cards.

Cardboard

Dimensions - 32 x 4 x 32 cm

  • Identifying imitating & naming 10 different emotions as part of a group game
  • Relating emotions to particular situations
  • Perspective-taking
  • Joy, fear, sadness, anger, embarrassment, shyness, love, disgust, laughter, jealousy, surprise
  • discover and create
  • ideal for emotional literacy skills
Our favourite thing: a fun way to learn about emotions with situational context.


Regular price £24.99

This magnetic game will make your child discover the emotions thanks to the illustrated cards representing different situations of daily life. It is accompanied by an emotion guide, written by psychomotricians. On the back of each card, a "response" face corresponds to the magnets to be used to reproduce the face corresponding to this emotion.

There are 2 levels of play: simply reproduce the expression on the back of the card, or for older children, try to guess what emotion corresponds to each situation. At the bottom of the box, a mirror allows the child to practice reproducing and identifying the different emotions. This magnetic game contains: 1 wooden board, 27 large magnets (10 faces, 10 smileys, 7 outfit) and 20 "situation" cards.

Cardboard

Dimensions - 32 x 4 x 32 cm

  • Identifying imitating & naming 10 different emotions as part of a group game
  • Relating emotions to particular situations
  • Perspective-taking
  • Joy, fear, sadness, anger, embarrassment, shyness, love, disgust, laughter, jealousy, surprise
  • discover and create
  • ideal for emotional literacy skills
Our favourite thing: a fun way to learn about emotions with situational context.