About Cognitive Behavior Card Game. This card game helps children develop self-confidence, positive thinking and emotional intelligence. The game is based on the well known card game Go Fish. Each card includes a cute illustration representing an emotion as well as a question related to that emotion. During the game, when a player receives a card, he will read and answer the question. The deck covers 14 different emotions, including empathy, shyness, jealousy, and confidence, among others.
Reviews. Parents enjoy playing this game with their children because it’s great for teaching the principles of positive behavior. It’s a simple, fun game that fosters communication and discussion even after the game is over. Appropriate for ages 6+.
Alternative Card Game. Another card game to consider is Don’t Go Bananas, which is also based on the ABCD Model of Cognitive Behavior. It’s a simple, semi-cooperative game for 2-4 players who answer questions about anger, sadness, worry, fear and jealousy.