Reminisence Cue Cards 50s/60s
Reminiscence Cue Cards Life events in the 50s/60s Places, items and moments collected from the 50s and 60s to remind and engage. This set of cards looks back to the 50s and 60s – every day moments, possessions and activities that were familiar during that time. The cards are particularly useful when used in conjunction with life history work sessions to facilitate and develop discussion. The cards will help users to recall people, events, experiences and stories from the past – the realistic images bringing memories to life and to share with others. The cards are loosely grouped into: Moments; Places; Possessions; Activities. Examples of cards include: Record player; Reel to reel tape recorder; Playing pat-a-cake; Saturday morning cinema; Hopscotch drawn on the pavement; 50s train carriage; and Black silver dial telephone. Particularly suitable to use in day care centres, memory clinics, care homes and other groups and will provide opportunities for socialising, preserving memory and creating a personal life history. Age: All ages. Contents: 36 A5 cards; accompanying booklet detailing ways to use the cards, boxed.