The Guess How I Feel? Game is an interactive game, designed for children (including users who are on the autism spectrum and users with speech and language delays) to provide social skills training, to help them understand feelings and reactions to different situations. Also to show them how to recognize and describe what they see in other people's expressions. Players take turns sharing and guessing each others reactions to 50 situations vividly pictured on cards. Examples include dropping an ice cream cone, learning to ride a bike, seeing your parents happy/angry, coming home, or saying goodbye. No reading skills are necessary. To be used in therapy sessions, during family time, and/or on play dates with other children. Can be used as an icebreaker activity. 2-4 players. Age 3 and up. Includes 16 magnetic facial expressions, 1 dry erase magnetic mirror, 4 dry erase markers, 50 situation cards, 4 blank cards, 4 pads and pencils, 1 minute timer, printed sheet with expressions, and Guess Bag with 20 prizes (color bands). Player takes a turn showing their reactions on a dry erase magnetic mirror that has magnetic facial expressions as well as colorful markers. The other players anticipate the reaction by describing or drawing it on their pads, and choose a prize when right. Several game variations add to the fun and help players get to know each other better.
DIMENSIONS: 10.5 inches in length x 10.5 inches in width x 2 inches in height.