Word Games – Emotion Management

TARGET GROUP: Aimed at children with special educational needs, especially recommended for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder

AGE: 3-7 years

Objective: Help children identify and name the main emotions (joy, anger, sadness) in themselves and others.

  1. Start routine: A welcoming and friendly animated video that represents the concept of daily routine.
  2. Visual format: In the form of an interactive table with intuitive pictograms we can collect the most common emotions. Every emotion you have to have a digital image associated with.
  3. Drag and drop: An interactive section in which children can drag and drop images of emotions by linking them to the corresponding word. This will allow them to learn to name emotions in others.
  4. Rvisual ecordatory: A section where children can add visual reminders for specific activities, such as naming emotions or recognising them in others. These reminders can be digital images with a mudical alarm or digital icons that are projected into the classroom and that children can easily recognise.
  5. Social games for emotional management: they can be simple and sequential interactive games on how to manage emotions. These games can help children understand their own emotions and respond appropriately to them. It is especially recommended for children with autism spectrum disorder.
  6. Interactive games: Incorporate simple and fun games related to daily activities to maintain children’s interest. These games can be designed from the game WORD GAMES to reinforce specific skills related to emotional management.

These pedagogical materials can be adapted according to the needs and abilities of the children. It is important to make sure the material is visually appealing, easy to understand and accessible to all children. In addition, the participation of professionals specialised in special education is recommended to provide guidance and adapt the material according to the individual needs of each child.