Product Number : 52038
Anxiety Cards can act as a substitute for Communications Cards in The Social and Emotional Competence Board Game
For 2-6 players
Ages: 6 and up
Anxiety Cards for The Social and Emotional Competence Card Game developed by Gary Yorke. These cards can be used to facilitate an appreciation and understanding of the child's difficulties, and develop strategies for managing and coping with their challenges. Blank cards are included for counselors and teachers to write their own questions or comments. The Anxiety Cards can be used as a substitute for the Communication Cards when playing the Social and Emotional Competence Board Game. Recommended for ages 6 and up.
Jason has an Anxiety Disorder and sometimes feels overwhelmed. However, once he gets calm and relaxed again, he discovers he can handle all his worries and problems. What are three things you can do when you are feeling overwhelmed? Four chips.*
Name three things that make you feel anxious or afraid. Pick one and say how you can stop being afraid to do or try the thing you're afraid of. Four chips.*
*chips not included
These cards are part of The Social and Emotional Competence Card Game. Click here to purchase the cards as part of a set.
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