Expressway: Talk about how you feel, while you’re behind the wheel
Angad Singh and Natasha Prats
In their early school years, many children feel a broader range of emotions than they can easily identify in words. However, research shows that being able to identify how you feel is the first step to dealing with your emotions. We’re helping kids learn to identify and express their emotions while they’re in the car with their family. The car setting allows our games to take advantage of a captive audience and to incorporate the world passing them by. It also gives the kids agency by allowing them to ‘drive’ the game while the parent drives the car.