Dealing in Feelings
My First Feelings Chart
Feelings and Me
This delightful picture book introduces young children to the inner world of emotions.
Beautifully illustrated with photographs of delightful animals, children will have fun learning about how feelings look and feel.
Featuring some very expressive animals such as grumpy dog, a silly giraffe and an angry lion, children love naming the animals and their feelings.
Written by Educational and Developmental Psychologist Julie Dini.
A bonus section is included with tips for parents to help them talk about emotions with their child.
Shortlisted for Speech Pathology Australia 2021
Book of the Year Awards for 0-3 year olds.
Printed in Australia
Dealing in Feelings emotions cards
Dealing in Feelings emotion cards are perfect for helping children identify expressions and talk about feelings.
Features full colour photographs of children's facial expressions.
Culturally diverse - kids love the photographs of other kids.
26 emotions in each pack.
Two sets of cards included - Use them to play fun card games such as Memory and Go Fish
Contains 55 cards, therapy games ideas & user guide.
Printed in Australia on 300 gsm card stock
My First Feelings
This colourful feelings chart for toddlers features the first 12 emotions that are readily understood by very young children.
Illustrated with the vibrant and appealing animals from the book Feelings and Me.
Kids love naming the animals and their feelings.
12 Different emotions including a grumpy dog, a shy mouse and a happy panda!
Great for classrooms and morning check-ins
Printed in Australia
I have read your book several times to my little boy who is on the spectrum. He finds it hard to read emotions. He loves your book and is really getting into the animal's feelings. Thank you for writing such a helpful book
These cards are very good. My 6 year old grandson could identify all of them. Having photos of children is a great idea as children can relate easily to others expressions. I highly recommend them.
I just LOVE this book and the cards. I am using them so much in my OT sessions, and parents and educators keep asking me where I got them. Thank you, just the best!