Product Number : 350758
Providing "logical consequences" is one of the most effective discipline techniques used with children. This game is designed to teach children why rules are important, something that is often not explained to them at the time they misbehave. It is intended to help children learn in a calm setting, where they can think about the reasons these rules are important, as well as the consequences of breaking them. This game will teach children problem-solving skills that will help them get what they want without breaking rules.
4 Laminated Score Cards
4 Dry-Erase Pens
24 Problem Solve Cards & 12 Blank Cards (help children see that there are alternatives to misbehavior.)
24 Rules Cards & 12 Blank Cards (help children think about appropriate consequences for common behavior problems.)
24 Consequences Cards & 12 Blank Cards (let children know that misbehavior will lead to predictable consequences and, more importantly, that they have the power to make things right.)
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