Social, Emotions & Feelings Games For Kids


Didax Educational Resources Socially Speaking Game. Reinforce social skills at home, at school, and in the community. 
Includes topics such as listening, turn-taking, and asking questions Grades 2-6
Help children learn the art of social communication with the Socially Speaking game. This fun game teaches key skills that they can use at home, school, or in their community.
Children's self-confidence will soar as they learn to become better communicators. Skills covered in this game include: Listening to peers; the importance of turn taking; asking good questions; making phone calls; and showing emotions.
This game can be played with 3 to 6 players and works well in both home and school settings.

Thoughts & Feelings Speaking Cards – Card Game for Developing Your Children’s Emotional Intelligence and Social Skills 
60 Beautifully designed and emotionally expressive cards/illustrations for you to use with your children as a way to help them develop emotional intelligence and empathy while enhancing communication and social skills 
Ages 4+
Benefits include:
- Increased emotional intelligence
- Improved social skills
- More empathy
- Better communication skills
- Ability to open up and talk about difficult feelings and life events
- Better coping abilities
- Increased feelings of trust and care from parents/teachers/therapists etc
- Increased confidence and well-being
- A great way to get to know and deepen the connection you have with your children

You Know Social Skills Games and Therapy Games, A Fun Game That Opens Communication and Encourages Meaningful Conversations to Establish Relationships
'The goal of You Know is to establish high-comfort gameplay that subtly promotes further discussion on topics such as  personal values, struggles, and goals'
Ways To Use You Know - One of The Top Therapeutic Games on The Market
In Counseling Groups To Build Social Skills And Positive Communication
In A Small Group Setting Such As A Classroom, Camp, Or Team Building Activity
With Your Family. 

Mad Dragon: An Anger Control Card Game
This fast-paced therapeutic card game helps children ages 6-12: Control their anger in the moment; Practice 12 effective anger management techniques; Understand what anger feels and looks like; Avoid anger-provoking situations; Express and understand their feelings; Identify anger cues; Learn that they have choices about how to express anger. Mad Dragon plays like the popular game UNO. Players race to get rid of their cards while learning anger control skills. Fun and effective, this game includes 100 high-quality 3" x 4 1/2" cards, instructions, and tips for taming anger. For 2 to 8 players. 

My Feelings Game
280 scenarios to help kids explore and talk about feelings! 260 regulation strategies to help kids manage their feelings in socially appropriate ways! 24 movement cards to keep kids engage! Illustrated Booklet that introduces seven different kids with seven different feelings!
Ages: 4 years and up
What scares your child? What makes him or her feel happy, frustrated or angry? This inspirational game encourages you and your child to explore these emotions in fun, active (and sometimes very silly) ways. As they play, children will discover how to recognize feelings in themselves and in others, and to cope with them in socially appropriate ways. And they'll have way too much fun to realize that they're developing valuable life skills!
StrongSuit - The Tower of Self Esteem, Therapy Card Game for Kids 6+, Used by Therapists and Parents, 2-5 Players
Does your child struggle with social anxiety or having trouble developing communication skills? Or maybe he or she has feelings of low self-esteem and confidence. 
An entertaining and fun team building game to teach children how to work together, be creative and inspire others to do great
Using behavioral therapy games to instill positive mental thinking at such an early age is very beneficial for children once they grow older. 
Cognitive therapy game for kids 6 and Up
Feelings in a Jar: A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction

Everyone needs to know how to name and express feelings. Each jar holds 365 little slips printed with ";feelings words";€”gleeful, insecure, grateful, angry, cranky, courageous, hopeful, and many more. 
Pull a slip and act out the feeling, or invite someone else to act it out. Use as discussion starters, journaling prompts, or icebreakers for groups. Ages 8 & up, 365 slips, 3" recyclable plastic screwtop jar.

Super Duper Publications Social Skills Chipper Chat Magnetic Game Educational Learning Resource for Children
2011 Multiple-Award Winner from Creative Child Magazine
30 colorfully illustrated game boards (6" x 9") with 12 different games
Includes magnetic wand, foam die, 100 magnetic chips, and activity book
Educational - Helps children practice proper behavior in various social situations
Social Skills Chipper Chat is a fun, motivating, magnetic chip game designed to help kids discuss and understand appropriate ways of dealing with numerous social situations.  

Gifted Learning Testing Flash Cards - Social Emotional include 72 cards that help build social skills and emotional intelligence, which will strengthen your child’s positive attitude, patience, self-awareness and more. They help children regulate their emotions, communicate better, and use compassion and empathy to understand the needs of other people, build relationships and make more thoughtful decisions. They support kids in managing conflict by expressing their feeling and using calming tools appropriately.

Improve your child's ability to:

  • Identify Feelings
  • Manage their Behavior
  • Remain Calm
  • Make Friends
  • Solve Problems
  • Handle Difficult Situations
Miniland Emo Moogy The Emotions Board Game
How do you feel? The Miniland Emo Moogy Emotions Game helps children identify and communicate their feelings
Moogy puts names to the emotions children has and helps them explore why they may feel sad, happy, frustrated and more
Chunky game pieces are made from thick material, perfect for small hands
A fun way for kids to expand their communication and social skills
Includes 11 puzzle pieces and 8 emotions cards | For ages 3 and up
Exploring personal, social and emotional development in a fun and unique way. This prime collection supports and enhances a child’s personal, social and emotional journey by using mainly a wealth of role-play dynamics that invite children to understand emotions, build self-confidence and ultimately increase awareness of needs and feelings of others.
Feelings and Dealings: an Emotions and Empathy Card Game
Feelings and Dealings: An Emotions & Empathy Card Game is a winner of a Parents’ Choice Recommended Award for Fall 2018! Parents, teachers, caregivers, and mental health professionals of children aged 3 - 6 years love using the Feelings and Dealings card game to develop empathy and emotional literacy. This therapeutic tool develops social intelligence and emotional intelligence through fun and engaging play. Speaking of play, we've designed 8 ways to play this game: 3 games for educational play and 5 games for therapeutic play! 
Social Skills/Asperger's Games, Set of 3
For Ages 6-12. Help children learn proper social skills with this new game set. Better communication, reading body language, and reading others' feelings and emotions are explored while having fun. The games are particularly effective for children with Asperger's Syndrome. 

Don't Go Bananas - A CBT Game for Kids to Work on Controlling Strong Emotions
Based on the ABCD Model of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Kids work to identify what triggers their emotions, analyze the beliefs they have about those situations, explore their reactions and look for ways to change their thought patterns. 
For Parents and Professionals: Teachers can play Don't Go Bananas with small groups of kids in the classroom or parents can play with their kids at home. 
2-4 Players Ages 6-12: A variety of questions makes this game versatile for a larger age group. More thought provoking questions can be added or removed for easier or tougher gameplay

Friends and Neighbors: The Helping Game - A Social-Emotional Game that Develops Empathy and Compassion! 

By playing the game with their children, parents can help kids recognize feelings in others - the first step to building empathy. Game includes 4 game boards, 14 tokens, 1 Helping Bag, 1 Stop Sign board, parent guide and Friends and Neighbors book.

Cooperative Games foster:

- Non-stressful play situations
- Emotional development
- Shared decision making
- Creative problem solving
- A sense of community
- Positive self esteem

As they play, children will discover how to recognize feelings in themselves and in others. They'll have way too much fun to realize that they're developing valuable life skills.

Name the feeling – In this option, the object of the game is to recognize and verbally name the feeling which is expressed in the card. It is also possible to have the participant add an example from his/her life or to make up an example which fits the feeling which is expressed in the particular picture.

 Imitating the facial expressions – This option may be performed in front of a group or when facing a mirror.

Feelings In a Flash | Emotional Intelligence Flashcard Game | Toddlers & Special Needs Children | Teaching Empathy Activities, Coping & Social Skills | 50 Scenario Cards, 50 Reaction Faces
Emotional Intelligence Builds Confidence!
Who says kids shouldn't talk about feelings? A growing brain can be a wild place! Teaching your child to identify, understand, and deal with their emotions at a young age builds a foundation of confidence and self-awareness that will benefit them for a lifetime. Feelings in a Flash offers several easy and fun flashcard-based games and learning activities to encourage children to openly discuss and reflect upon their feelings. 
eeBoo About Face, Emotions and Feelings Game for Kids 
Create a near-endless cast of characters from printed images of leaves, ribbons, coins, and a variety of other found objects. Best known for the award winning Play With Your Food books, artist Saxton Freymann has returned with another inspired bit of metamorphosis. Matched "face" pieces feature photographs of objects found at the seashore and on the streets of New York, that can be arranged to create expressive faces. By engaging in this activity, children develop the ability to identify and express characteristics of human emotion through facial expressions they create using the pieces.
  • For ages 3 years and up
  • Includes 160 object cards to create an endless combination of character faces

Feelings Flash Cards: A Great Way for Kids to Share and Learn About All Kinds of Emotions
Feelings Flash Cards Todd Parr makes understanding feelings fun with these 20 sturdy flash cards featuring 40 different emotions. 
Each card shows two opposite feelings, one on each side, rendered in words and lively pictures. Kids will learn what it means to feel silly and serious, calm and nervous, brave and scared, and more.
Product Measures: 5.25 x 7 x 1.75 Recommended Ages: 3 months - 4 years