Product Number : 2291
Designed by Richard A. Gardner, M.D. This fun board game helps children develop critical communication and social skills. The purpose of this game is to provide an enjoyable game in the context of which important issues are introduced. A wide variety of issues are focused on: self-esteem, manners, safety, ethics, values, health, consideration for others, interpersonal relations, the value of learning, sympathy, empathy, and competence. The responses to the cards impart information and facilitate communication, both of which can enhance feelings of self-worth and improve interpersonal relationships. Designed for 2-6 players.
This board game is also part of The Helping, Sharing, and Caring Collection
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