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A New Face for the ‘Face It!’ Cards

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Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

New 'Face It' Cards - A social and Emotional Communication Tool.

At long last! Our new and improved Face It! Cards have arrived at QK headquarters ready to inspire and delight children and adults once again. We felt it was time to refresh the look of these much loved hand-drawn expression cards designed to engage young people from diverse social and cultural backgrounds as well as those on the Autism spectrum or with other special needs.

The new edition features a fresh, crisp new box for storage and transport and special printing embellishments throughout. We love it.

These cards have been widely used across Australia and beyond to help families resolve conflict and classmates explore social scenarios or ethical dilemmas. Whether in the classroom, clinic or at home, the Face It! Cards have the capacity to overcome barriers and invite conversation about expressions and feelings no matter what age or environment.

This resource has such a diverse range of uses making it not only popular as a resource for the clinic and classroom setting, but a beautiful gift for any young person looking to improve their ability to connect with people through the understanding of expressions and body language.

The Face It Cards have sold over 1500 copies and is used by organisations worldwide. Here’s a lovely review the cards received recently by our friends at the University of Arkansas.

Have a closer look at the new Face It! cards here. You can use the special 2nd edition discount code: happyFace. Buy now below.

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Face It – We nearly made it!

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Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

image of the face it card in a box

The Face It cards, published by Quirky Kid, was recently shortlisted for the Galley Club award 2011 printing aware under the category Non-standard Novelty book or stationary item.

The Galley award was held on the 22nd of July 2011 and celebrated excellence in book and magazine production.

This is a prestigious context often represented by stablished publishing companies like Allen & Unwin, Ramdon House, Pacific Magazines, Hachette Australia and Penguin Group. Quirky Kid feels incredibly proud to have made to this stage.

Ok, we did not win it… but if consolation is a good excuse, we lost for the non-standard item of the year.

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