Product Number : 395907
Great for use with younger clients
Topics: bullying, social skills, self-esteem, anger, character, and staying healthy
Includes 6 sets of cards, plus instructions
Ages: 6 and up
Any Game Cards created by Max Nass, LMHC & Marcia Nass, M.S. These cards were developed for use with young clients who often want to play popular games. Simply add in these one-sentence cards to any popular game to make it therapeutic. There are six different card sets featuring relevant questions about bullying, social skills, self-esteem, anger, character, and staying healthy. In between turns, a child answers a question with an immediate response to keep the game pace going. Clinicians can also use these cards for opening up discussions. Depending on the group size and session time, questions can be asked after a single turn or after two, three, of four turns. You'll find that the children will remind you when it's their turn to be asked a question. Just find the games that children want to play, plug these cards in, and let the fun begin! Recommended for ages 6 and up.
36 Feeling Good cards
36 Goodbye to Bullies cards
36 Getting Along cards
36 Do the Right Thing cards
36 Get Fit cards
36 Calm Down cards
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