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ABA Flash Cards & Games -- Emotions

By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Flash cards are good for learning emotions; games just OK.

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ABA FLASH CARDS & GAMES -- EMOTIONS delivers some good practice for kids who need extra work on identifying and matching visual images to emotion vocabulary. However, the word "games" in the title is a bit of a stretch, as the games on this app are really just different versions of the flash cards along with practice drills. They're not very interactive and kids likely won't find them engaging or want to return to them often enough to get the repetition necessary for the concepts to sink in. Still, the app is worth a download for a few looks at the flashcards and games, especially since it's free.

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