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Each Conversation Card features a common scenario, such as being picked for a team, or accidentally breaking a vase.

Questions on the back of each card invite parents and children to discuss what is happening and how the characters are feeling in each scene.

By looking at the characters’ faces and postures and reflecting on a child's own experiences, these cards help children to recognize emotional dynamics in a variety of situations, while sparking important conversations about feelings and socialization.

  • Develop Social & Emotional Intelligence: Helps develop empathy and analytical skills, while examining friendly illustrations depicting emotional dynamics in a variety of situations.
  • Screen-free Fun: A wholesome, educational game that cultivates conversation, socialization, and skill-building while developing essential skills.
  • Environmentally Responsible: Made from 90% recycled gray board printed with vegetable-based inks.
    • For ages 3 and up
    • 48 flash cards, 2 parent cards
    • Card size: 4½” x 6”
    • Box size: 5 x 6½”

    Flexible Returns Policy
    If you are not 100% satisfied with your online purchase, you can return your item to us within 14 working days for store credits which comes with a 3-month validity period. Exclusions apply. For more details, refer to:

    The following may be used as a guide for size selection for our dresses, tops and bottoms.
    However, we'll still recommend relying on the measurements stated to select the most suitable size.

    XS - for pre-pregnancy UK6
    S - for pre-pregnancy UK8
    M - for pre-pregnancy UK10
    L - for pre-pregnancy UK12
    XL - for pre-pregnancy UK14

    For our bandeau/nursing bras, refer to the details on each page for measurements and size references.

    - For dark-coloured pieces, some colour transfer may occur, wash separately for first few washes and put in bag if machine-washed
    - Separate your laundry into groups with similar colors: whites, darks and colours.
    - Do not bleach or use too much detergent.

    For other tips on caring for your garment, refer to:

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