Affirmation Cards For Kids

By: Jennifer Barnfield

Genre: Purpose & Priority

Award-winning Affirmation Cards for Kids This deck includes 52 cards to increase your child's vocabulary with positive words and phrases that can improve their communication and confidence, whilst reducing frustration. The booklet contains over 750 more positive words to introduce into the conversation too.

https://affirmationcardsforkids.co.uk/product/affirmation-cards-for-kids/

All About Core

By: Rebecca Eisenberg

Genre: Kids & Parenting

Do you want to target and teach core words with your student and/or child with complex communication needs? These double-sided brightly colored flashcards can be used for a variety of communication, language, and literacy activities.

Here are some ideas to get started!

1. Work on print awareness and phonemic awareness by modeling the letter on the card and then sounding it out. Using the visual cue will help students connect the letter and word with the corresponding picture. For example, when choosing the card “jump,” emphasize the “J” and point to the letter at the same time.

2. Ask your student to think of another word that starts with the target letter. For example, if you are doing "L" for "like", ask your student to tell you another word that starts with L. For students with communication systems, have them find another word that begins with that letter on their talker.

3. Answer “wh” questions. For example, for the word "play", "What do you like to play?"

4. Start a discussion about one word. For example, the word "need". What are the things that you need? You can model "e.g., bathroom, shower, food, drink, etc."

5. Target decoding and reading fluency by reading the sentence on the back of the card.

6. Work on communication by practicing the word in a sentence on the child's talker. For example, for the word "swim", I can create the sentence..."I swim in a pool." A child may also want to practice creating the same sentence on the card with their talker and/or voice. Make this more challenging by using two cards to make one sentence.

7. Target the lower and upper case of each letter of the alphabet. All the cards have both the upper and lower case of each letter.

8. Use gestural cues with the cards. For example, for the word "swim", move your arms to show "swimming".

9. Model core vocabulary in conjunction with the cards and the child's talker and/or verbalizations.

10. Play a game by calling out a letter sound and your student/child must find the correct card with the same sound.

Finally, use the cards as a companion to my book, All About Core, An Alphabet Book for Emerging Readers.

All About Feelings

By: Rebecca Eisenberg

Genre: Kids & Parenting

Do you want to work on improving communication, literacy, and social emotional skills with your student and/or child with complex communication needs? These double-sided brightly colored flashcards can be used during a variety of activities to target receptive, expressive, and social communication skills.

Here are some ideas to get started:

1. Work on print awareness and phonemic awareness by modeling the letter on the card and then sounding it out. With the visual cue, it will help students connect the letter and word with the corresponding picture.

2. Ask your student to think of another word that starts with the target letter. For example, if you are doing "W" for "wet", ask your student to tell you another word that starts with W.

3. Answer “wh” questions. For example, for the word "tired", "Where do you sleep when you are tired?"

4. Work on synonyms and antonyms. What is the opposite of hungry?

5. Target decoding and reading fluency by reading the sentence on the back of the card.

6. Work on communication by modeling the word in a sentence on the child's talker. For example, for the word "quiet", I can create the sentence..."The library is quiet."

7. Target upper- and lower-case letters of the alphabet. On each card, there is the upper case and lower case of the target letter.

8. Improve vocabulary by defining the word. For example, what does the word "busy" mean? Use the target word during natural interactions so it can be easily understood.

9. Improving overall emotions. Talk about how your student/child feels. Model the vocabulary. For example, during snack time, model the word "hungry" on the card and the talker (if applicable). Implement this strategy for both positive and negative emotions.

10. Play a game by calling out a letter sound and your student/child must find the correct card with the same sound.

Finally, use the cards as a companion to my book, All About Feelings, an Alphabet Book for Emerging Readers.

Be Mindful Card Deck for Teens

By: Gina M. Biegel, MA, LMFT

Genre: Mindfulness

Reduce Stress, Improve Self-Care and Find Focus.

Be Mindful cards offer you 50 ways to be present to your life as it is actually taking place. These cards help you be in the here and now with less thinking about the past or worrying about the future. You can use these daily mindfulness strategies when you're feeling anxious, moody, angry, or just need to relax. Perfect to manage your everyday stressors: School demands, worry, sadness, problems with relationships and difficulties paying attention and focusing.

Be Ninja Mindfulness Cards

By: Jaime Edelis

Genre: Kids & Parenting

This uniquely inspiring card deck is designed to guide the user back to their own innately good human qualities, such as kindness, mindfulness and patience. With each card selected, one is reminded to focus on and nurture that quality within. It can be used as an oracle deck!

The artwork of Carlos Alcoba (Calma) is inspired by his lifelong love and practice of the martial art, Ninjutsu, in which he has a black belt. To truly BE NINJA is to keep developing the goodness within for the benefit of oneself as well as all of those living beings around. May all beings be happy, peaceful, and truly liberated!

I developed this deck to assist you on your fertility journey and to act as a positive interrupt to your day and your mindset. The cards are designed to help you to shift perspective and/or to move into a calmer, more positive state of mind.

Draw a card to set you up for the day or just when you are struggling.

They include a guided meditation and hypnosis audio along with Actions, Affirmations, Quotes, Questions and Journal Prompts.

Conceived in Love

By: Karen Janowski, MD

Genre: Kids & Parenting

The 42 cards in this deck were created to be used during the year of a pregnancy and birth. They have been designed as a thought-provoking tool to enhance your wellness during pregnancy and birth as well as the relationship with your baby.

It is suggested that they be used on a weekly (or more frequent) basis. Shuffling the deck and then choosing a card at random will provide a message for you to reflect on during the period of time until your next session with the cards.

The unique Seed or Flower of Life design on each card and coloring page is an original meditative drawing. These designs have been paired with inspired words and affirmations that include your baby in the intention. Click on the “Bonus Content” button for the card to get a PDF file (or take a screenshot of the coloring face) and print it out so that you can do a coloring meditation at your leisure. Use the Deckible app to journal your thoughts as you go through this process. It is hoped that meditating on these messages will strengthen the bond with your baby and provide a lifetime of connection.

Although the physical deck can stand alone, it was designed to be used as a companion piece with the “Conceived in Love Coloring Meditation Journal”. Both the physical card deck and companion journal can be purchased through the accompanying link. To use the cards and book together, first pick a card at random. Then find the corresponding coloring and journal meditation in the book. Spend a little time each day coloring the design while reflecting on the word and journaling prompt. Jot down any thoughts on the accompanying journal page. Once filled with your colored designs and thoughts about your journey, this book will become a treasured keepsake that you can share with your baby and family for years to come!

Coping Cue Cards Discovery Deck

By: Janine Halloran

Genre: Learning & Coaching

When the kids in your life struggle with BIG emotions, you want to help them. The Coping Cue Cards can teach them new coping skills and remind them of all the actions they can take to feel better. No lectures, just beautiful, kid-friendly visuals to empower them.

The Coping Cue Cards™ Discovery Deck is a deck of cards designed to help kids learn healthy coping skills. It has 40 cards with simple strategies children can use to cope with stress, anxiety, and anger.

The deck is sorted into 5 Coping Styles: Relaxation, Distraction, Movement, Processing, and Sensory. The deck brings order to the mountain of ideas for coping strategies that work for kids. They are designed to work in therapy, at school and at home.

Ways to use the Discovery Deck

- to help kids identify which coping skills they already use and love

- as a visual reminder to use a coping skill

- as a way to find new coping skills to expand their toolbox

- character cards can help open up a conversation about different ways to cope and encourage kids to think of their own ideas

and many more!

What people are saying about the Coping Cue Cards

"Love using these cards with my clients for self regulation." - Pat

"I am a school based counselor for grades K-2 and I use the cards in sessions to help build the child’s repertoire of coping skills." - Lisa

"Your cards have been put to good use. :) I am a job coaching my 16-year-old son who has Autism as a mentor for other people with disabilities. They have been so useful to teach coping skills with and reinforce back to my son why these strategies are so important." - Nancy

Features

- Created by an Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Mom of 2

- 3.5" x 5" high quality cards with full color illustrations

- Multicultural and inclusive

- Each individual card features a different coping skill

- Sorted into Coping Styles to make exploring and finding new skills easier

Earth Angels, Kids Oracle Cards

By: Shannon Summergreene

Genre: Kids & Parenting

How can Earth Angels Kids Oracle Cards help your child daily?

Start each day by choosing an Earth Angel card to implement positive, healthy and happy feelings.

These cards empower and will give your kids the understanding to manage their mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

As well as: -

*Growth Mindset *Spiritual Awareness *Confidence *Self-belief

*Positive thinking *Inner Peace *Healthy Habits

*Good Friendships *Self Love

I personally absolutely love oracle cards. They offer me guidance when I am struggling to listen, to make the right choice for me.

For a long time I have been looking for kids oracle cards that would not only provide guidance but educate kids on a spiritual level.

These magical cards will teach your child all the goodness of energy, angels, feelings, intuition, inner peace, and how to connect with their wisdom and guidance.

What's included

•44 beautifully illustrated cards with an affirmation.

•The guidebook offers insight on each card and a fun activity to offer further understanding.

Yes that is 44 activities to keep your child and friends happy, connected and immersed creatively, physically and spiritually.

Kids will love playing on their own or with friends, learning about angels, chakra's, spirit guides, animals, their intuition whilst nurturing a happy heart and calm mind.

Suitable for 5 years and up

Francie Chick and the A-Z Positive Affirmation Cards

By: Jean Berry

Genre: Kids & Parenting

Francie Chick is here to help kids and their families grow happiness and love. 'Cluck' a card every morning to set up the day right!

Fans of the Francie Chick books will love the daily fun that Francie and her sister, Shelly bring with positive affirmations.

In her books, Francie teaches young children about social media, before they have their own accounts. These cards bring home what's REALLY important in living a happy life.

Francie Chick and the Roostagram book overview:

Social Media + Kids, What could go Wrong?!

Shelly is a 7-year old chicken who’s big sister Francie just got a social media account.

Not even ice cream can tear Francie away from her phone. Great read for 6-8 year olds dealing with a ‘Fancy Francie’ sister who changes her identity every five minutes to be interesting on Roostagram. Read how Shelly’s love for her big sister teaches Francie about what really matters—being yourself!

Available on Amazon and Kindle.

I am Fertile

By: Katy Smith

Genre: Kids & Parenting

Affirmations can be so helpful wherever you are on your fertility journey. This deck contains 55 beautiful affirmations to support you on your way to motherhood. Be it through natural conception, IUI, IVF or FET.

Launch Deck

By: Roger Overall & Nick Kellet

Genre: Spirituality

An ideation deck for deck lovers. 42 ideas to launch your Deckible experience.

If you are a creator or a deck lover, this deck is an inspiration.