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Who’s Feeling What

With caller cards, emotion prompt cards, and emoji tokens, this communication game for preschoolers lets you design a new game board every time you play.

As kids match the emotions with the corresponding faces, they’ll also use this emotion toy to find fun, interactive way to talk about feelings with parents or teachers.
No game of Who’s Feeling What? is ever the same—with 24 possible callers and emotions prompts from which to choose, you can set up a new game board every time you play with this feeling toy for kids.
Who’s Feeling What? makes a great addition to classroom game collections and home playrooms—the included activity guide even features multiple ways to use this communication game for children to build stronger SEL skills.
Includes double-sided caller cards, double-sided emotion prompt cards, emoji tokens, and activity guide (49 pieces).
Find more ways to help preschoolers learn through fun play. Browse our social emotional learning toys and resources that help with communication skills for children.

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Who’s Feeling What Reviews

Product Tested By Emily Henderson – Elsie 4 Years

Emily Awarded The Who’s Feeling What 4.4/5

It looked like a great game. Not one I have seen before. Elsie was very excited to play with it immediately! A great concept for little ones, especially those who struggle with their emotions. Easy to grasp the concept of the game. Instructions no issues easy to understand. My daughter found this game easy to play. She understood very quickly how the game worked. Not sure about empathy, but it definitely helped her to identify and understand emotions. It gave her a good understanding of emotions and how to easily identify if someone is happy, sad, angry etc. We are still working on her expressing her own emotions correctly. The game will help in the long run, but will take some time. There are a few different ways to play this game, but I guess the overall goal/concept is the same. Not 100% sure if it is effective to help build SEL skills, but it is certainly a simple way to identify different emotions and have fun with it. This was played with multiple times on the first day, then probably once a week. This was played with at home, on the kitchen table or in the playroom. She played it with just me – but was still fun. Elsie really enjoyed playing it, multiple times. She did really well identifying the emotions and having fun with it. It was different to any game she had played, so the novelty was fun for her. I liked that Elsie found it fun to play and that it was different to any game we have already. It definitely could be a good addition to nurseries and schools. Many young kids struggle with their emotions. This game was age suitable for my daughter. Elsie is 4 and it was perfect for her. Very easy to understand. The quality of the actual game is a little poor but the price is ok for such a game. I would buy this as it has helped us have fun whilst still helping Elsie with her emotions. I would recommend it to those who are struggling with emotions, but I don’t think it is something you would need if this was not an issue. Good concept, price is ok, fun to play whilst teaching about emotions. Good concept, easy to understand/play, fun for young kids. Helps with identifying emotions. Good for those who struggle with emotion regulation. Could be better quality as not sure how long it will last. Lots of pieces and price is about right. Different to other games we have played. Haven’t seen any other emotion games anywhere. Would work well in a group setting like a nursery or school. Elsie easily identified the different emotions – the cards are clear. Gave a good discussion point to help educate Elsie on emotions. Emily Henderson – Elsie 4 Years

Product Tested By Sherise Eaton – Zara 3 Years

Sherise Awarded The Who’s Feeling What 4/5

This looks fun! Great learning activity for a small child. Instructions clear and easy to follow. My daughter did find this game easy to play. I would say his did help build her empathy skills. I don’t feel it’s made any differences to the way she expresses herself. She mainly wanted to play it the same way every time we got it out, perhaps how she felt most confident. She wasn’t too keen to explore alternative ways to use the activity guide. This would be played twice a week. Always played this at home. Zara only played this game with me. We played it together and enjoyed thinking of ways they may be feeling the way they do. As previously I don’t feel it made a change in how she expresses herself but perhaps that is because she’s already quite open with us and is very advanced in the sense of being able to communicate what she’s feeling and why. My daughter lied the circle emoji faces. I liked the different visual images that could portray a range of emotions. The age suitability was good but I would say best ages for 2-4/5. I do agrees this would be a good ideal to have in nurseries and schools, perhaps aimed at children that have difficulty verbalising their needs. I personally think his is a little expensive. I would not purchase this only because it didn’t have a large impact on my daughter. I would recommend as it is definitely worth people having a play to see what their child comments. Not full marks purely because I think it’s a little overpriced when there aren’t many parts or sounds/lights, and also it didn’t keep her entertained for more than a few minutes at a time. It was good to explore that some characters could be feeling multiple emotions. Sherise Eaton – Zara 3 Years

Product Tested By Xanthinia Singer – Edeliana 4 Years

Xanthinia Awarded The Who’s Feeling What 4/5

It looked very basic when it arrived. It’s a nice concept particularly for those with additional needs. Instructions clear and easy to follow. My daughter did find this game easy to play. It is hard to tell if this helped with empath and SEL skills as he is already confident in this area. My daughter already is good at expressing emotions so I would not say this improved the way she shows emotion. It was good this game can be played in so many different ways but my daughter id get bored quickly. My daughter lost interest in the activity guide and I didn’t push it, but I think she will go back to it. This game was played quite a few times. Mostly played in the living room with mummy. We both enjoyed this game ad it was nice to have one on one time together. My daughter liked making fub of the expressions. I liked the potential this game offers children with additional needs. This game would be ideal for nurseries for targeted intervention. I do agree the age suitability was ideal, but as my daughter is nearly 5 she was probably too old for it. The quality of the game is good and reasonable price. I would buy this game as a gift. I would recommend for younger children. This is a good quality game and I personally feel ideal for a younger or more specific group. Xanthinia Singer – Edeliana 4 Years

Good concept, easy to understand/play, fun for young kids. Helps with identifying emotions. Good for those who struggle with emotion regulation. Could be better quality as not sure how long it will last. Lots of pieces and price is about right. Different to other games we have played. Haven’t seen any other emotion games anywhere. Would work well in a group setting like a nursery or school. Elsie easily identified the different emotions – the cards are clear. Gave a good discussion point to help educate Elsie on emotions.

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Emily Awarded The Who’s Feeling What 4.4/5

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