Dr. Playwell's Games of Learning, Revised [Set of 2]
- Help children deal with social and behavioral challenges in school
Teach critical emotional intelligence skills to help children be socially and academically successful in school
- Includes the Learning Self-Control in School Game and the Learning Social Rules in School Game
- Created by Lawrence Shapiro, Ph.D.
Ages: 6-12 | For 2-4 players
Learning Self-Control in School Game, Revised: This game is designed to help students think about the consequences of their behavior and distinguish good choices from bad ones. The game will also help children practice relaxation and self-control behaviors. learning that they can control their bodies as well as their behavior. Using their Frog markers, players have to avoid the Alligators (representing distractions) that have wandered into the school while answering questions about self-control. Item #1966.
- Players are rewarded for good behavioral choices.
- Stimulates executive functioning skills like planning and paying attention to others.
- Can easily be integrated into a positive behavioral reward system.
Learning Social Rules in School Game, Revised: This game is designed to help children who are having difficulty learning social rules, particularly children on the Autism Spectrum and children with Attention Deficit Disorders. Cards ask children to think about a variety of social problems that occur during the school day and to think about the best ways to handle each situation. This game is designed to be played in a regular classroom or as part of a social skills training program. Item #1967.
- Covers a wide variety of common social problems.
- Includes blank cards for you to create your own questions.
- Gives children a chance to practice appropriate social behavior in an accepting and structural format.