Product Number : 61600
Ages 8-14. This game and workbook set helps children develop better listening skills, read social cues, understand the consequences of their behavior, learn to express themselves appropriately, deal with name-calling and teasing, and use humor to defuse conflict. The workbook contains 50 reproducible activities which can be used for therapeutic homework or as the focus in working with groups of children.
The Self-Control Patrol Board Game
Developed by a child psychologist, this game helps children develop better listening skills, read social cues, understand the consequences of their behavior, learn to express themselves appropriately, deal with name-calling and teasing, and use humor to defuse conflict. This game is for children who are dealing with anger. 2-6 players.
The Self-Control Patrol Workbook
By Terry Trower and illustrated by Bruce Van Patter. This workbook is designed to make learning self-control skills fun. 50 activities are designed to:
- Teach the value of learning self-discipline.
- Teach children to anticipate the consequences of their behavior.
- Teach children to communicate their thoughts and feelings instead of acting them out.
- Teach children the importance of following rules.
- Teach children the effect that their behavior has on others.
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