Receive 5% off when you buy any four sets of Emotional Learning Cards together, 10% off when you buy all seven sets.
A beautiful learning resource for stimulating young people’s creative exploration, developing self-awareness and understanding adolescence. 20 thought provoking images of contemporary art, each with a series of questions and prompts, help to facilitate important and honest conversations with young people.
“What do you feel?” is a stimulating art education and emotional learning resource that can be used in the classroom, after-school workshops, therapeutic settings and at home. Processing emotional responses to life, finding ways to express oneself and understanding relationships are essential life skills. This set of emotional learning cards is ideal for helping children and young people to build these skills.
The cards in the boxed-set feature contemporary artworks by culturally-diverse artists on one side, with questions relating to the images on the other. The cards creatively bring to the surface important themes and experiences that are central to the lives of young people, including: understanding relationships; preparing for change and transition; acknowledging and working through losses; thinking about social, personal and cultural identities; identifying emotions and learning how to express them.
Recommended for 10-14 year olds, the cards can be used with individuals or groups at home, in school or in therapy and counselling sessions. The set also includes a booklet with ideas for using the cards in their own right or as the starting point for creative projects.
NEW AND IMPROVED 2014 EDITION.
Laylah Ali, Janine Antoni, Gayle Chong Kwan, Zosienka, Mónica de Miranda, Gonkar Gyatso, Anish Kapoor, Chila Kumari Burman, Yayoi Kusama, Neeta Madahar, Chris Ofili, Hetain Patel, Freddie Robbins, Franklyn Rodgers, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Lorna Simpson, Do-Ho Suh, Francis Upritchard, Leticia Valverdes, Kate Walters.