Product Number : 383517
Help children develop a more positive attitude
Includes 2 6-sided Dice, 52 game cards, Positive Thinking Activity Cards, and instructions
Created by Lawrence Shapiro, Ph.D.
For 2-4 players
This card game is designed to encourage children to develop a more positive attitude about themselves, their problems, and the people around them. This card game teaches children four essential positive thinking skills, including: recognizing self-defeating statements, changing negative thoughts to positive ones, seeing positive ways to cope with problems, and using positive self-talk. The skills taught in this game will be useful for all children, but in particular they will help children with behavior disorders, anxiety disorders, and depressive symptoms. In addition to the game, the 12 Positive Thinking Activity Cards can be used for giving assignments, which will help think about the importance of developing a positive attitude. For 2-4 players. Recommended for ages 6-12.
2 6-sided Dice
52 Game Cards
12 Positive Thinking Activity Cards
This card game is also part of the Dr. Playwell's Amazing Card Games Collection.
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