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
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?
Spirituality: An Inside Look Cards
This card game is designed to explore the topic of spirituality and to facilitate open discussions about the inner spirit and healing. Example: Do you enjoy sitting and watching the rain or snow fall? What are your feelings at that time?
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?