Nine Skill Building Cards Set
- Help teens and adults learn new skills through interactive questions and prompts
- Includes 9 card decks
- Ages: 15 and Up
Insight-oriented, open-ended questions that promote skill-learning. Instruction sheets are included to provide many creative ways of using the cards in various settings. Use them as: Introductory, Activities, Icebreakers, Discussion Prompts, Drama Work, Creative Writing, and Journaling.
Set includes one each of the following titles:
Time Management Cards: This card game is designed to facilitate discussions and/or activities about time management. Emphasize healthy life-balance, reducing stress with effective time management, as well as other skills with this card deck. Example: Name 3 advantages of "To Do" lists. Can you think of any disadvantages?
Go for the Goal! Cards: This card game is designed to facilitate discussions and/or skills about goals. Example: How important is it for you to set your own goals versus someone setting your goals for you?
Money Management Cards: This card game is designed to facilitate discussions and/or activities about money management. Example: What are the disadvantages of loaning money or items? Advantages?
Getting 2 Know You Cards: Break the ice with these simple, social interaction cards! This deck is designed for people to get to know each other. There are 12 cards in 6 different categories: Favorites, Makes Me Smile or Laugh, Here and Now, Reminisce, Friends or Family, and Let's Get Physical. This card game can be used in a variety of creative ways.
Job Skills Cards: This card game is designed for people considering entering the workforce, re-entering, presently working, or volunteering. Examples: What are 3 advantages of part-time work? What are 3 advantages of full-time work?
Healthy Living Cards: Topics include: nutrition, stress, attitude, sleep, environment, and more. Example: How can you tactfully give signals to others to tell them you need "alone time"?
Decision Making 2 Decks in 1 Cards: This card game is designed to facilitate decision-making skills. Example: Tell about a time you made a decision in a split second and regretted it later.
Coping Skills Cards: This card game is designed to facilitate discussions about coping skills. Example: On a scale of 0-10 (0 low - 10 high) how well do you use humor as a coping skill?
Community Resources Cards: This card game is designed to increase awareness of community resources. Example: You believe that you and your partner are having difficulty communicating and you would like some counseling. Where would you go in your town to get help?