All new tools in your inbox: Be the first to know about new tools for learning with our e-mail notifications.


Mood Cards

(1 ratings)
  • 1 Stars 0% (0)
  • 2 Stars 0% (0)
  • 3 Stars 0% (0)
  • 4 Stars 0% (0)
  • 5 Stars 100% (1)
(Add yours!)

This set of printable "mood cards" has been designed by participants of a training course about graphic facilitation & is envisioned to be used as an evaluation/ reflection/ group dynamic check tool.

Aims of the tool

To assist participants in identifying and sharing their mood and emotional state.

Description of the tool

The set of 18 printable "mood cards" allows users to lead reflection or evaluation exercises with groups of young people. The tool can be used to assist participants in identifying their mood or emotional state before or after fulfilling a project task, group work or event. These cards can also be used in daily assessment of the participants mood to "check-in" or "check out" into/out of a learning environment.

Available downloads:


No comments have been posted yet.

If you want to comment on this tool, you need to be signed in with your MySALTO account. Sign in now

Rate this tool!

If you want to rate this tool, you have to be signed in.


SALTO cannot be held responsible for the inappropriate use of these training tools. Always adapt training tools to your aims, context, target group and to your own skills! These tools have been used in a variety of formats and situations. Please notify SALTO should you know about the origin of or copyright on this tool.

Tool overview

This tool is for

Young people 16+

and addresses

Intercultural Learning, Conflict Management, Evaluation

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
European Voluntary Service

Materials needed:

Printed cards


15+ minutes.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Shokkin Group Estonia: Olalla Gonzalez, Jaanika Siiroja & participants of Markers Training Course

in the context of

Markers Training Course

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Pavel Vassiljev (on 27 August 2020)

and last modified

22 March 2020

back to top