Applejake® Emotion Cards

Introducing Applejake® Emotion Cards – the perfect way to help your child unlock the power of emotions! Designed to be both fun and engaging, these cards are a must-have for any parent, teacher, or therapist who wants to give their child the tools they need to identify and express their feelings.

With 25 beautifully illustrated cards, each one featuring a different emotion and a description of what it feels like, your child will be able to explore a wide range of emotions in a safe and supportive way. From happy and excited to sad and frustrated, these cards cover all the bases, giving your child a vocabulary for their emotions that will serve them well throughout their lives.

Who is Applejake® for?

Are you looking for a tool that can help your child understand and express their emotions better?

Look no further than the Applejake® Emotion Cards! Perfect for children as young as three years old, these cards can be used by educators to facilitate fun discussions about emotions, group activities, or even to talk about specific situations, like arguments between kids. As a parent, you can also use them to deepen conversations with your child and help them better understand their emotions.

The Applejake® Emotion Cards are a valuable tool for educators and parents. Suitable for children as young as three, they facilitate discussions about emotions and group activities, helping kids better understand their feelings. With colorful illustrations and clear language, they promote emotional intelligence, social skills, and critical thinking.

Are you looking for a tool that can help (young) adults or teenagers understand and express their emotions better?

The Applejake® Emotion Cards are not exclusively designed for children! If you are an educator, school counselor, coach, or seminar leader, these cards are an invaluable resource. With these cards, you can facilitate meaningful conversations with young people and empower them to express their emotions beyond words.

The Applejake® Emotion Cards are also perfect for group work and supervision. They’re great tools for self-awareness and self-help groups. And the best part is, they can be used with a broad spectrum of clients, including those with mental or learning disabilities, people on the autism spectrum, and even those who don’t speak your language.

So what are you waiting for?

 Explore the world of emotions in a fun and engaging way with the Applejake® Emotion Cards.
Order your set today and start your journey towards a better understanding of emotions!

Applejake® Activities

Here are just a few examples of Resilience Exercises for Children using Applejake® Emotion Cards:

Emotion Breathing: Choose an emotion card and then guide your child through a breathing exercise to help them calm down and manage that emotion.

Empathy Practice: Use the emotion cards to teach your child empathy skills, by talking about how other people might be feeling and how to show kindness and understanding.

Emotion Reflection: Pick an emotion card and ask your child to reflect on a time when they felt that emotion. Then, ask them what they did to cope with that emotion.

Positive Self-Talk: Use the emotion cards to encourage positive self-talk and help your child develop a growth mindset, by talking about the different emotions they feel and the progress they’ve made.

Emotion Self-Care: Choose an emotion card and ask your child to come up with self-care activities that can help them manage that emotion, such as taking a bubble bath or going for a walk.

Gratitude Practice: Use the emotion cards to talk about positive emotions, such as joy or gratitude, and encourage your child to write down or draw something they are grateful for each day.

Emotion Visualization: Ask your child to close their eyes and visualize a situation where they feel a certain emotion. Then, guide them through visualization exercises to help them imagine positive ways to handle that emotion.

Mindfulness: Practice mindfulness exercises with your child, such as mindful breathing or mindful movement.