Product Number : 349673
Created by Whitney Roban, Ph.D. Each of these card games teach children more positive ways of acting and reacting to negative situations. The 52 cards in each game offer a variety of positive behavioral choices. The games are played like Go Fish, asking children to match the one of three positive change cards: Situations, Thought/Behaviors, and Feelings. For 2-6 players.
Set includes one each of the following card games:
My Positive Change Go Fish Game - Positively Managing My ADHD
The cards offer a variety of positive behavioral choices for situations that children with ADHD commonly encounter.
My Positive Change Go Fish Game - Positively Managing My Anger
The cards offer children several alternative thinking patterns they can use to help them deal with their anger.
My Positive Change Go Fish Game - Positively Managing My Behavior
The cards offer children a variety of alternative thinking styles they can use to help them understand and control their negative behaviors.
Contents of Each Card Game:
52 cards (Situation cards, Thought/Behavior cards, Feeling cards)
1 wipe-off pen (there are 2 blank Situation cards for writing individual situations appropriate for particular players, and 2 uncoded Thought/Behavior cards. The cards wipe off easily and can be changed for each game.)
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