Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

Nipper Cards – Affirmation Cards for Children – AD sent for review and giveaway

disclosure:  we were sent the item mentioned for the purpose of review and giveaway

This year has been unlike any we’ve ever known and I know how it’s all made me feel at times.  I’ve often had concerns about what it must all be doing to my son’s mental wellbeing especially as he’s not always the best at communicating his fears and concerns.  A fun way to get children sharing their thoughts is something I’m always keen to explore so I was happy to agree to try out the new Nipper Cards – Affirmation Cards for Children from Nipperbout with my ten-year-old son.

Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

The Nipper Cards – Affirmation Cards for Children, is aimed at children aged four years and over.  The pack comes with a set of fifty-two playing cards, featuring thirteen animal designs.

Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

Each card contains a different affirmation message, whilst the various animals featured, represent different qualities, for example, the Swan represents grace and intuition, whilst the Spider represents creativity.

Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

Over the last few weeks, my son and I have each picked a card randomly from the Nipper Cards pack and then talked what the card says, what it means to us and how we can relate to the qualities of the various animals. It gives us both time to stop and really listen to each other and hopefully will help my son process his feelings in the months ahead.

As well as being affirmation cards,  the Nipper Cards can be used to play four different card games and with the weather over half-term being unpredictable at best, it’s been great to make use of these games.

The games include a memory game, animal snap, number snap and animal families, and we’ve enjoyed playing all four.  My son is so much better at the memory game than I am!

Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

Nipper Cards - Affirmation Cards for Children

Snap of any description is a firm favourite in this household and the two versions you can play with the Nipper Cards have been no exception. Animal Families reminds me a little of Happy Families that I used to play as a child too.

The cards themselves are made of good quality card, so they will withstand playing with younger children and hopefully provide hours of entertainment for the whole family. They’ve certainly gone down well here and I can see them working well in a school setting too.

I’ve included my Amazon Affiliate link below (I do earn from qualifying purchases) in case you fancy trying these out with your own family.


I’ve teamed up with Nipperbout to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a set of Nipper Cards – Affirmation Cards for Children worth £9.99 for themselves.  Complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck!

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Nipper Cards – Affirmation Cards for Children worth £9.99

58 thoughts on “Nipper Cards – Affirmation Cards for Children – AD sent for review and giveaway

  1. I would give these to my 9 year old daughter, sometimes she struggles with self confidence and I would love to see her blossom into being more confident, I think these cards would help. Plus she absolutely loves playing with cards and collecting cards of all varieties so they would go down really well!

  2. My great grandson, Arlo is 4 in February and I am sure that he would love the different games, even at his age, He is a bright little boy and loves to try anything new

  3. For my son who is 3 currently, but id like to start him off on the right foot with positivity, especially towards himself and others.

  4. I would use them with my daughter, she would love talking about these together and it would be a good way for us to spend some more time together.

  5. I’d use them with my little boy. He’s autistic and sometimes struggles to articulate feelings so these might help.

  6. I would make use of these with the family. The card games would be fun games for the children, and adults. The affirmations would be :- A Daily Affirmation for the children. One each to discuss and explore it’s meaning, each day. We do need to encourage them to deal with their feelings effectively. Adult / Parental quality time is important for each individual child.

  7. I would use these with my 6 year old daughter. I think they offer a great way to build mental well-being in the context of some fun games.

  8. I would use them with my step-grandchildren, they are at an age when thy get frustrated but can’t verbalise why

  9. I think the cards would really help my grandaughter and she would enjoy playing the actual games as well as long as she wins of course.

  10. I would share these cards between two of my friends who have children aged from eight to thirteen and I hope they are useful for them. We all need a word of comfort, advice or inspiration!

  11. Hello, if I was lucky enough to win then I would donate these cards to a local charity that helps families in need. Thank you for the chance to win.

  12. I’d love to use them with my eldest son who is 9 and struggles with his emotions and self confidence at times, these look like they would be an excellent way to open conversations with him and I’d love to give them a go. Thank you for the chance.

  13. These would be great for my niece, to encourage positive thinking and conversation and I love that they have a dual purpose

  14. I would give them to my 9yr old grandson who is finding life difficult and is grieving the death of a close family member these might be able to help and boost his confidence a little as well as having some fun with games.

  15. I would share them with my nephew Max who struggles with anxiety issues. These will build his self esteem and confidence

  16. I would use These with my son. We’ve been trying positive affirmation alongside other things to help his anxiety.

  17. I would use these on my son and also on myself. I love affirmations they really do help to shape your view on yourself

  18. Talking and not internalising worries is really important for self care and it is good to get the kids and friends to do the same.

  19. I would use them with my girls. In a world full of negativity and sadness I think it is really good to bring positivity into children’s lives

    1. I would like to use these with my 10 year old as he gets embarrassed by talking about his feelings. I would also take them into school and use them in the year 1 class with the children I work with.

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