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  • I'd love to use this with my class of 6 autistic boys; they'll need to use Emotion Talks resources to support them in thinking up 'triggers' & I'll probably need to delete a few squares as some of the emotions are quite tricky. Emotions work tends to be more 'test' than 'teach' which is really hard for my lot - it'd be good to have a 'what does your face/mouth/eyes look/feel like when you feel...?' kind of board

    , Aug 24th
    • Hi Sheehy,

      Thanks for asking about other versions of this resource. We do have alternative versions available, including an editable version which you can amend to your own requirements. You can see all the different options below the pink 'Download' button in the 'Alternative versions' box. Please do let us know if this isn't a suitable option or if there is anything else that we can do for you! :)

      , Aug 24th
  • , rated this resource Jun 9th
  • To help my Autistic daughter understand emotions

    , Apr 27th
    • Hi Nprideyh115,
      I'm glad this resource is useful! Thanks for letting us know :)

      , Apr 28th
  • I plan to use this with a child who has trouble regulating emotions especially when doing work that challenges him on a daily basis.

    , Sep 25th
  • A great activity for my 8 year-olds!

    , Sep 18th
  • Great to be used as part of a PSHE lesson with year 1

    , Sep 15th
  • Easy to let children to express

    , Sep 12th
Print out this board game for some instant fun! Children roll a dice and land on an emotion picture and think about a time they have felt this way. A great game for children to think about and discuss their feelings and emotions with others.

    This resource is available in Standard and Editable.
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    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Sep 15th
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