Animal Chat:
A playful game that helps build better understanding of emotions and feelings. Kids and grown-ups can play one of three ways - or create your own path!  

For kids to best recognize feelings in themselves and others, they need to first have the words for those feelings. Lots of children might say they feel “good” or “bad” and miss other emotions in between. 

As parents, we looked for fun ways to teach our children about emotions and feelings but couldn’t find anything that we felt worked like we wanted – let alone something beautiful and fun. So, we decided to make it ourselves!

In today’s digital world, it’s always a great idea to take some time and sit one-on-one or in a small group with kids and get some good quality time together. It’s just as important for grown-ups as it is for the kids, and it’s so easy with this game! You will love it! 

The more kids learn and use vocabulary attached to diverse feelings and emotions, the better they can navigate their emotional world. Imagine a child going from a temper tantrum to using precise words to say, “I feel frustrated because ______.”

Our game includes three fun, open-ended ways to play (Chit Chat, Story Chat, and Match Chat). Take out the cards, pick a way to play, and make some memories together!

Buy your own game here!