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Emotion Matching Game

Some children need to be taught to look at faces to get social information. A matching game using human faces expressing different emotions can help encourage your child to look at faces more closely.

  • Print and cut out the emotion cards.
  • You may choose to laminate the cards to make them more durable.
  • Start with a small number of cards (2 – 4) to play with, so that your child will be successful. Gradually increase the number of cards you use.
  • Place the cards face down.
  • Ask your child to turn over 2 cards.
  • If the cards have the same face then your child has a match.
  • If the faces are different, have your child turn the cards over again.
  • Now it’s your turn.
  • Remember to label each card by describing the emotion.

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