VALUE SET: Three card games to teach emotional intelligence
The Empathy Game teaches children to understand someone else’s feelings and to read non-verbal cues as they try to guess each other’s responses.
The Insight Game encourages players to connect past and present events, and understand why people do things not in their best interest. A fun way for pupils to learn about themselves and life.
The Self-Control Game teaches the values of persistence, to resist temptation and to anticipate the consequences of behaviour. The card game becomes a maze that challenges pupils to think before they act.
“Excellent for use with our Outreach Project; meets young people on their [own] territory.”
– Fiona Bush, Youth Worker, North Youth Centre, Guernsey