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Expressing and deciphering emotions create confusion for children, especially when they want to tell others how they feel but don’t know how. Children with special needs have additional hardships when expressing their emotions because their disabilities may make it harder for them to learn how to share their feelings.

The month of April marks National Autism Awareness Month each year. Take the time this month to teach your children about how they can properly express their feelings and how some children, like those with Autism or other disabilities, may have trouble expressing their own.

The company Fun and Function specializes in products specifically designed for children with special needs and they have created a game that teaches children how to relate their emotions to different scenarios and show how they feel. In the game, Guess How I Feel?, when shown a card of a scenario or an object like an ice cream cone or a group of children riding a roller coaster, the players must either draw, write, or use magnetic eye and mouth pieces to show how they feel when seeing this card.

While the game was designed to help children with special needs strengthen their social skills, the game makes a helpful learning tool for children of all abilities. An additional bonus of the game: after each player guesses someone else’s feeling correctly, they receive a fun shaped color band from the gift bag!

Purchase your own at or leave a comment below by Tuesday, May 3 for your chance to win this entertaining game of feelings. The winner will be selected randomly and notified by email.

Disclosure: Mom Central received two Guess How I Feel? games courtesy of Fun and Function to facilitate this review and giveaway.

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Comments (25)

  1. Shannon says:

    This would be perfect for my SPD needs daughter!

  2. Deb says:

    This sounds like fun!!

  3. ToCo says:

    I’m trying to win for another Mom, if I win can you please let Shannon entry #10 have it! Thanx! :D

  4. Liza767 says:

    we need anew game for family night

  5. keh1027 says:

    Perfect for my kids!

  6. Patricia says:

    This would be a great game for my developmently delayed son learn a little differently.

  7. Melissa says:

    What a great idea. I’d love to win this for the school!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Love how this game sounds. Would love to try it out with my kids

  9. Cassandra says:

    Expressing his feelings is one thing my son has a really hard time with. We are going through the 500 steps it takes to get him to a good doctor to help get him diagnosed and treated with what is going on with him, but in the mean time, this game sounds like something that would really, really benefit him, (and momma!) Does anyone know where I can get this game at, because chances are, I probably won’t win this…

  10. Cassandra says:

    Oops, I guess if I would have read farther down, I would have seen the link to purchase at… Oops!

  11. Andrea G says:

    What a fantastic product! After using it with my special kid I would donate it to the place he goes to therapy at!

  12. This would be great for schools, therapy centers and in the home for our kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

    I know this is an issue my son faces.

  13. Jennifer Pomroy says:

    My 3 year old daughter has autism and this would be PERFECT for her!!! thanks so much for the chance for a giveaway!

  14. What a great idea for a game! It would be fun to see how my kids react to playing it.

  15. Tricia says:

    Sounds like such a great game. I have a niece who is autistic and this would be a wonderful idea for them to give a try I’ll have to send her an email with a link here.

  16. Aubrey J says:

    would be fun to play with the kids

  17. Lauren says:

    This game is a great idea. I would love to use it with the children I teach.

  18. Rachel Ramey says:

    I would love to use this with my preschooler and/or with a friend’s autistic son.

  19. Crystal Jo Bruns says:

    Another great idea. Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Linda says:

    I am a special education teacher and teach kids with autism. This would be a great resource in my classroom.

  21. Lexigurl says:

    What an awesome product. I would also like to share with the kids I will be teaching.
    lexigurl_17 (at) hotmail (dot) com

  22. Amy R says:

    This is something we’ve been working on my with son for quite a while. We would love this!

  23. Marlena U. says:

    I facilitate social skills groups at my job and could definitely use this game as a resource to use with my students. Thank you for the chance!

  24. felecia says:

    This is a wonderful. Often we don’t know how they feel and anything that would help us would be great!

  25. Robyn says:

    My nephew would benefit from this as he has this problem ,but loves baseball!

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