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Set of colourful cards called Emoji Cards used for reflection and other fun purposes
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Emoji Cards

Useful set of emotive cards to encourage fun & reflection.

  • Non-verbal
  • Promotes sharing
  • Fosters critical thinking
  • Multiple uses

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Contributor Mark Collard

User Reviews, Comments & Ideas (2)
4.50 avg. rating (86% score) - 2 votes

  1. Chad Littlefield

    Emotions are hard to translate into language! These cards are a fantastic way to remove the need to reduce experience to language. Simple and easily understandable cross-culturally as well!

  2. Ryan Eller

    One of my favorite ways to use EmojiCards is create a chart with the names of all participants and stick it on the wall. When the day begins, ask participants to use double sided tape and and emoji to display their current emotion on the wall. As the day progresses, give the participants opportunities to update their emoji. They can replace the emoji or create a progression of emotions throughout the day. At the end of the day, use this as an opportunity to process the entire day.

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