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Emotions Blob Cards

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Encourage young people to talk about emotions. These cards provide a tool to consider and discuss a multitude of positive and negative feelings and behaviours. They can be used individually or for group work and cover topics such as: Relationships and friendships; Bullying; Education; Emotions; Confidence; Self-image; and many more. 48 full-colour cards and 8 instruction/ideas cards containing suggestions for activities with small or large groups and one to one, boxed. Ask about other items in this series.

Category: Learning Disabilities
Series: Behavior Intervention
Author: Pip Wilson & Ian Long


ISBN: 9780863886799
Pages: 48 | Weight: 0.2


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