Feelings

Related Categories: Emotions | Faces And Feelings | Early Years
  • Emotion Pebbles

    Recognising facial expressions and understanding emotions helps children communicate their own feelings and empathise with others. This set of tactile stones is engraved with faces showing 12 common emotions; happy, sad, angry, frightened, worried, surprised, confused, bored, calm, proud, shy and…

  • Matching Feelings and Emotions

    …printed with real life photos of various feelings and emotions, featuring a variety of ages, male & female and different ethnic backgrounds. There are 2 each of 28 photos so children can play Matching Pairs. Photos depict a variety of common feelings and expressions that can stimulate conversation.…

  • 'How do you feel today?' Carpet

    From happy and excited, to shy and worried, this colourful carpet illustrates a range of feelings with which children can familiarise themselves.

  • Babies of the World

    …region. The prevailing facial features, hair type and skin tone of each are clearly shown in the dolls' faces. Age: 18 months+.• Soft bodied for a warm and cuddly feel• Clothes are washable and bodies can be sponged clean• Length: 360mm• Each sold as a set of 2; 1 boy and 1 girl

  • Talk about... How we feel

    …to deliver targeted support to help children acquire the key building blocks of language around emotions. The photo cards can be used with all ages of children for a range of discussions and activities. Try discussing the emotions on the cards and why the children may be feeling those emotions.

  • A Tummy Full Of Fireworks

    Six session intervention programme designed to encourage, children to communicate about their emotions in a more effective way. It helps them to understand the reasons why anger occurs, how to recognise it and how to manage their feelings in a good way but also provides coping strategies.

  • Faces and Feelings Listening Lotto Game

    Reinforce listening and early reading skills, phonemic awareness, positional concepts and much more with this listening lotto game. A game which also helps children to identify feelings and facial expressions whilst having fun. Age: 4 years+.

  • Feelings and Emotions Cards

    …a diverse range of emotions such as fear, confusion, jealousy, excitement and sadness.These cards are great for:• Discussing how other people feel• Exploring body language and facial expressions• Promoting inclusion• Writing stories, poems and other literature• Set of 50

  • Emotions Photographs

    These photographs are a great tool for children to learn to articulate their feelings and are particularly helpful for those children with English as a foreign language.

  • French Flashcards

    Colourful illustrated A5 flashcards to reinforce basic French vocabulary. The cards feature an image and text on one side, and simply the image on the other, to allow for maximum versatility in the classroom. Use to introduce topic-specific language, for reference or revision purposes or as display…

  • Soft Feel Textured Playballs

    An inverted triangle design vinyl ball with a tactile surface. These balls have a soft feel with a high bounce and can be re-inflated using a standard pump. • Colours may vary • Available in 3 diameters• Pack of 6

  • Soft Feel Playballs

    A medium weight 'soft feel' ball with an easy to use inflate/deflate valve. These balls can be used in all types of ball games.• Supplied in 4 colours• Available in 2 diameters• Does not include latex • Available as single balls, a pack of 4 (1 of each colour) or a pack of 12 (3…

  • Touch and Feel Puzzles

    Different textures to entertain little fingers. Encourages matching and sorting skills. Age: 12 months+.• Each puzzle has 4 pieces• Size: 200mm(w) x 200mm(l)• Sold singly

  • Let's Feel Sandpaper Letters

    These easy-to-assemble sandpaper letters provide a range of visual, tactile and auditory learning activities, including learning letter formations, letter sounds and letter names. Use with a blindfold to guess the letter or with a piece of paper and crayon to make textured rubbings. Images…

  • Touch and Feel Puzzles

    Different textures to entertain little fingers. Encourages matching and sorting skills. Age: 12 months+.• Each puzzle has 4 pieces• Size: 200mm x 200mm• Sold singly

  • Talk about...

    …to deliver targeted support to help children acquire the key building blocks of language around emotions. The photo cards can be used with all ages of children for a range of discussions and activities. Try discussing the emotions on the cards and why the children may be feeling those emotions.

  • How Do You Feel Today? Signs

    Recognition, expression, understanding of feelings and the ability to convey emotions is playing an increasingly important part in learning. This is an excellent resource for encouraging children to do just that.

  • How Do You Feel Today? Pack of 8 Offer

    Buy the header panel and 8 facial expression signs and save over £XX.XX* Savings based on prices of individual components• Weather and UV light resistant• Fixing kit supplied

  • Feels Write Pre-Writing Stones

    Enjoy tracing over the shapes and patterns from left-to-right with your fingers, as well as using the stones to make impressions and copies in play dough. Try taking a multi-sensory approach and add them to a tray filled with sand, rice, paint or shaving foam for children to copy. They may be used…

  • Feels-Write Letter Stones

    These beautiful stones offer a tactile and visual way of introducing young children to letter formation. Each stone is carefully engraved to provide important sensory feedback to help young children develop the movements needed for writing each letter. Starting at the green dot children will enjoy…

  • Feels-Write Number Stones

    Young children often struggle just as much with forming numerals correctly as they do with letters. They need to develop fine motor control, the language to talk about shapes and patterns and the handwriting movements needed for the numeral shapes. These beautiful stones offer a tactile and visual…

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