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One Game Filled with Multiple Social Skills
Kids engage in social skills training and learn empathy with our award-winning Guess How I Feel? Game. Fun and interactive, this game features a magnetic mirror with facial expressions, prizes and more. Players take turns sharing and guessing each other's reaction to situations pictured on cards, such as dropping an ice cream cone, seeing your parents happy or angry, and saying goodbye. It helps children with self-expression and situational reactions.
- Helps kids with autism recognize other people's emotions
- Good for children with speech and language delays
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 3+
Ideas for Use
This game is designed for therapy sessions, family time, and play dates with other kids. Great as an icebreaker too!
No reading skills necessary. Click on details tab for play instructions. 2-4 players.
Includes 16 magnetic facial expressions, 1 dry erase magnetic mirror, 4 dry erase markers, 50 situation cards, 4 blank cards, 4 pads and pencils, 1 minute timer, printed sheet with expressions, and Guess Bag with 20 prizes (color bands). Players take turns sharing and guessing each other’s reaction to 50 scenarios that are printed on cards such as getting a gift wrapped box to playing with friends or being excluded, riding a roller coaster or learning to ride a bike, coming home or saying goodbye. Everyone takes a turn showing their reactions on a dry erase magnetic mirror that has magnetic facial expressions as well as colorful markers. The other players anticipate the reaction by describing or drawing it on their pads, and choose a prize when they’re right. Several game variations add to the fun and help players get to know each other better. Dimensions: 10.5" x 10.5" x 2"
Looks great!I haven't had the chance to open it yet, or it probably would be 5 stars! I love how realistic the faces and situations look on the cards on the box. I am excited to try it with my daughter and students!Read MorePurchased as GiftBuying this for my niece's son who is diagnosed as High Functioning Autistic. He is very intelligent but social skills are his problem. She picked it for him.Read MoreGreat gameGreat game to help my kids learn their emotionsRead MoreMy kids love this gameThe magnetic dry erase mirror board is incredible. The kids love copying their emotions.Read MoreGuess How I Feel?The great thing about this game is that there are so many different ways to play! I have been using it in integrated play sessions 1-on-1 to teach ASL. One of the children I am working with is only 2 1/2 and her attention was held for a full 45 minutes with this game. The pictures on the cards are bright and colorful and there are so many different ways to incorporate play and emotional responses to various situations using this game. It encourages the child to engage in narratives and develop interpersonal skills with the other players by asking, "Guess how *I* feel?"Read MoreGuess How I Feel?We have a 5 and a 3 year old, and they love playing this game! They get to draw and guess emotions, as well as interact with friends. Even Mom & Dad love it! Good fun for the whole family- a must have this Holiday season!Read MoreGuess How I Feel?I used this game with a child who is ODD, ADHD and High Functioning Asperger's. He was very oppositional and defiant to his parents throughout the session and resistant to many of my strategies presented. He only wanted to talk about being angry and destructive. Assuming he would be resistant, I pulled out the "Guess How I Feel Game." He gravitated to the game immediately and started to play. His affect brightened, he was respectful and cooperative with his parents and was fully engaged. He was able to identify with positive feelings and become more comfortable. This game helped to navigate his comfort level with positive feelings. Many children get caught in a vicious cycle of negative thinking, making identification of positive feelings a challenge.Read MoreGuess How I Feel?My kids love this game. It is so helpful as it teaches them to understand that their feelings have names and that recognizing what they feel makes them feel better. The kids who have a hard time recognizing what a feeling looks like are able to study the small facial details that define an emotion in a fun setting. The magnetic dry erase mirror board is incredible, the kids love copying their emotions in that and I need to tear them away from it... Highly recommend.Read More