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Emotionen erkennen lernen

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Face templates for recognizing emotions

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Emotionen erkennen lernen

Areas of Application:

- Autism spectrum disorder
- Conveying the scale of feelings
- primarily with children

Description:

The Understanding Feelings Set (learning to recognize emotions and feelings) is intended to help to learn the scale of feelings in order to communicate more effectively with others.
With the help of the parts of this set people learn to name, observe and better understand how they feel about themselves and how others feel.
The set consists of 13 transparent plastic faces, each expressing a different feeling. These can be used by people on a table, pinned to a window or placed on a light panel. An A3 poster gives an overview of all facial expressions.
The set contains English-language instructions for teachers / therapists with examples and possible questions. The depicted emotions: happy, proud, impatient, astonished, confused, bored, tired, sad, anxious, angry, embarrassed, worried, excited.

Features / Components:

- 13 transparent faces made of plastic
- 3 unprinted faces
- 3 white faces that can be painted with a whiteboard pen
- 3 face-shaped mirrors
- Dimensions: 81 x 21.5 cm
- Material acetate
- Complete with poster and tips for use (English)

Price (without guarantee):

29.50 EUR
(retail price including VAT)
Price date: 04.02.2021

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Manufacturer:

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Distributor:

Eklee
Roessinghsbleekweg 161
7522 Enschede
Netherlands Telephone: 0211 2409048 Email: info@eklee.de Homepage: https://kommunikation-unterstuetzen.de/

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Reference Number:

Hil132825


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Last Update: 4 Feb 2021