Product Number : 349528
Includes 36 About Decision Making Cards, 36 Decision-Making Scenarios Cards, plus instructions
For 4-14 players
Ages: 15 and up
This card game is designed to facilitate decision-making skills. Effective decision-making skills are necessary for responsible and healthy choices. The About Decision-Making Deck contains questions referring to decision-making styles, current issues, role models, leaders, quotations, etc. The Decision-Making Scenarios Deck contains situations that may be relevant in one's life and a decision that needs to be made. This deck covers a wide variety of possibilities for decisions; money, parenting, pets, clothes, transportation, ethical, social, etc. For 4-14 players. Recommended for ages 15 and up.
Tell about a time you made a decision in a split second and regretted it later.
What do you think are three important considerations before making a life-long commitment to someone?
Give an example of an area in your life in which you are uncomfortable letting someone else do the decision-making. Why do you prefer to do this on your own?
36 About Decision-Making Cards
36 Decision-Making Scenarios Cards
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