Product Number : 383595
The Middle School version uses age-appropriate questions to start young teens thinking about the vital issues in their lives.
This Set includes one each of the following Middle School cards:
Dear Jess, I'm Stressed!
Each card has a letter from a stressed-out teen asking for advice. Teens pretend they are Jess and offer advice. It's easy to expand the discussion to include the entire group.
Making and Keeping Friends
This deck of cards focuses on real-life situations that help teens reflect on their own friendship skills and their personal values as they make and keep friends.
Managing Your Anger Situations
While emphasizing that everyone experiences anger differently, these cards help teens develop an array of techniques to handle situations that provoke their anger.
Which Best Describes You?
This version uses age-appropriate questions to start young teens thinking about the vital issues in their lives.Presented with two possible answers to a question, teens are asked to reflect and determine which is most like them and why.
Talents and Interests
This deck helps teens identify and rate their different personal talents and interests and begin talking about what they can do with those strengths.
Designed to deal with Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication, Anger Management, Self Discovery, and Coping Skills Fun games are designed to encourage, modify behavior, increase interaction, and more Activities can be used...
Fun and engaging mental exercises that use cognitive skills Reproducible activities with step-by-step instructions Activities are rated as easy, moderate, or challenging May be used in conjunction with the Brain...
Fun and engaging mental exercises meant to engage cognitive skills Reproducible activities with step-by-step instructions Activities are rated as easy, moderate, or challenging Includes 52 Brain Boosting Activities for Groups...
Help adults practice making choices, taking actions, and reviewing consequences in everyday life Help teens stop, think about their options, consider consequences of their behavior, and ultimately make better choices...