Webber® Photo Cards - Emotions

By Sharon G. Webber, M.S.

Ages 3 & Up

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WFC264
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$64.95

264 photo cards to teach Emotions. 102 color photo emotion cards in pairs. 30 black & white illustrated emotion cards in pairs. Four handheld mirrors for practicing facial expressions. Content cards in English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese. 3" x 4". Boxed. 

264 photo cards to teach Emotions. 102 color photo emotion cards in pairs. 30 black & white illustrated emotion cards in pairs. Four handheld mirrors for practicing facial expressions. Content cards in English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Chinese. 3" x 4". Boxed. 

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Author(s) Sharon G. Webber, M.S.
Topic Autism, Best Sellers, Bilingual/ESL, Card Decks, Evidence-Based Products, Social Skills
Brand Super Duper Publications

Webber® Photo Cards - Emotions

Webber Photo Cards - Emotions help children and adults who have difficulty understanding, describing, and responding to their feelings and recognizing the feelings of others. This deluxe card set includes color photo card pairs and pairs of black and white illustrations. All of the cards show one person demonstrating an emotion in front of a blue background to highlight the features of the face and upper body.

The Webber Photo Cards - Emotions set includes people of different ethnicities, genders, and ages. There are no words on the cards so you may teach multiple synonyms for an emotion (for example, happy can also be cheerful, glad, or elated). Use the photo cards to begin teaching emotions, and then the black and white illustrated cards to help generalize them.

Webber Photo Card - Emotions

  • 264 total cards, color-coded and numbered with blue backgrounds (3" x 4")
  • 102 color photo emotion cards in pairs
  • 30 black & white illustrated emotion cards in pairs
  • 4 mirrors for practicing facial expressions
  • Content card in 6 languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese.
  • Introduction booklet that includes: Emotion Words Thesaurus, Game Ideas, Teaching Techniques for Understanding, Responding to, and Describing Emotions, and "Just for Kids" recommended books targeting emotions

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Customer Reviews
  1. emotion cards
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    80%
    I often work with kids who can not recognize emotions in facial expressions. These cards are great because they use real people as well as drawings. We have discovered that some facial expression might mean more then one thing!

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  2. Versatile
    Quality
    100%
    Multiple uses: my feelings, your/other's feelings, what is he/she thinking?, what would/did she/he say? This pix is my practice communication partner. Mimicking facial expressions? Changing facial expressions, one feature-at-a-time, to change their perception. Our students really enjoy this card set.

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  3. Enhancing Communication in Classroom
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    100%
    These cards have been a true asset with many of my students including those who have been diagnosed with Austism, Selective Mutism, Apraxia, Stuttering and students with anger management difficulties. Not only are the cards useful in the therapy setting but I have a set I use in the classroom to help the student cue the teacher of how they are feeling during a group teaching session. It allows the teacher to tune into the child's frustration or difficulty with comprehending presented information without verbally interrupting the teacher or other students. It also encourages those students who are shy or less likely to "speak out" infront of the class to nonverbally voice how they are feeling. It has cut down on aggression in the classroom because the student has an immediate way to communicate with the teacher to let her/him know how they are feeling before the situation escalates.

    The mirrors included in the kit make are an added bonus for those of us who still work in brick lined "closet" therapy rooms which make it difficult to mount a mirror on the wall for students to access. You can't break them either so safety is not a concern.

    This kit can be adapted and used in both a conventional therapy setting as well as in the regular classroom.

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  4. These cards are Awesome and Fun!!
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    100%
    My students with Aspergers and high functioning autism loved these cards. They had fun looking at the faces and trying to figure out "why" they were looking this way. They also loved using the mirrors to try and imitate the faces! This product contains a great instruction packet that gives a handful of different games you can play to make learning emotions fun!!

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