This can be made very easily, using anything to hold your cards up so the person playing with you can see, but you can't. Start by printing emotions faces (printables available on our Pinterest page). Finding a way to hold the card, give your client clues to the emotion they have, such as "I feel this when," or using examples, stories, or behaviors associated with the emotion. Altering cards to be used as feelings cards will be a good investment, for not only labeling feelings, but can also be used for other games like feelings bingo, feelings go-fish, feelings charades, you name it!
Feeling The Music