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EmojiCARDS 2

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Price: $15.00



EmojiCARDS were created for educators, counselors, group leaders, and all individuals who need a creative way to explain emotions to their group.

These cards invite participants to engage in conversation about their emotions, feelings, or experiences. Leaders can use these cards in a multitude of ways – as a processing tool, an icebreaker, leadership initiative, or for just plain fun.

Emotions range from silly, happy, sad, enraged, confused, and even embarrassed. The emotions have been hand-picked to complete the wide ranges of emotions an individual can and may experience within a sample day.

Here's an excerpt from a review of this product in choice, the magazine of professional coaching Vol 13 Issue 4

"Since “EQ” is thought to be one of the strongest contributors to success, it is important for coaches to engage the topic in meaningful ways.

Whether you tackle the topic head-on through training or weave it into other work you do, the emojiCARD decks will make it easy. Each deck has a collection of 36 emoticon faces. There is something about these simple images that make a discussion about emotions accessible and non-threatening. it is so much easier to look at an emoticon and say yes, that’s frustration, that’s eager, that’s bored, that’s cool as a cucumber and that’s definitely a “gotcha” face.

Coaching happens via questions that facilitate exploration of the chosen card."

Each pack comes with:
- 36 high-gloss cards showing a wide range of different emotions.
- A custom-hinged box.

Ships from a USA Coaching Toys Associate
Shipping on this product to USA is $4.95
Shipping on this product to Canada is $12.95
Minnesota residents will be charged sales tax
For quantity orders call Coaching Toys at 612-822-8720

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