Product Number : 52042
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
Depression Cards for The Social and Emotional Competence Game developed by Gary Yorke.These cards 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 Depression 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.
Depressed people often feel bored and don't feel like doing anything. Jarrod had depression. He decided he was going to make himself do more things so that he could start feeling better. Name three things your parents will let you do when you are very bored. Three chips.
Kelly is very interested in being friends with Carrie, a girl who lives next door. Carrie almost always says "no"???æ when Kelly invites her over, so now Kelly is depressed and thinks she'll never have friends. What is a better way to think about this that won't make Kelly depressed? Two chips.
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