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    • Liz Kearns

      This looks like a fun game. And I can take the idea of two dice and write other kinds of things on them instead of emotions and animals to create new games with my piano students. This is also a good springboard for fun ways to teach songs to my primary kids.

    • R Worsley

      Emotional Animals Game.... teaching kids about emotions.... too fab ... and also a gr8 gift idea

    • Lisa Baker-Heaton

      Dice game with emotions on one die, animals on another. Kids act out, learn about emotions. Good rainy day activity. - SweeterThanSweets: Emotional Animals Game: Teach Kids about Emotions

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