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Feelings with Ziggy is an educational game that aims to enhance the emotional literacy of young children by placing emotions to common experiences, ultimately helping children identify and express what they are feeling. To start a game you can open the skill by saying “Alexa, ask Ziggy to play game.”
Ziggy, everyone’s favorite Zebra, tells the player a fun short story of an experience he had and how that experience made him feel. The player then has the option of acting or drawing out how Ziggy felt! If they player chooses to act out the experience, they are given 20 seconds. If the player chooses to draw, they are given 1 minute. However, if the player needs more time, they can say “more time.” To get the next question the player prompts Ziggy by saying “Go” or “Go Ziggy”!
If you enjoyed the skill, please leave a review and If you have suggestions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.