Product Number : 337741
This card deck is designed for people who want to explore issues common to challenging social situations. These hypothetical situations might be familiar or unfamiliar, realistic or far-fetched, but all scenarios will provide learning opportunities when, at the conclusion, they ask the question, "What do you do?" Situations include a variety of people -ranging from neighbors and acquaintances to family and friends. Players can be anyone involved in social situations.
You are about to have a business lunch with someone you know nothing about and are concerned about how to start the conversation. What do you do?
You are at a movie with friends and they keep talking loudly to you during the movie. People are turning around, giving you dirty looks. What do you do?These cards are also part of the LifeSkills Card Decks for Adults Set.
Discuss anger and anger management with children Cards feature prompts to reveal issues on children’s minds For 2-4 players Ages: 6-12 This card game addresses anger and is designed to...
Learn self-sufficient survival skills using interactive cards Topics include Anger Management, Assertion, Stress, Self-Esteem, Sobriety, Problem Solving, and more Can be used in conjunction with 100 Interactive Activities book Ages:...
Use these cards to facilitate discussion about coping skills Topics include sadness, conflicts, disappointments, anxiety, illness, and more Includes 72 cards plus instructions For 3-10 players Ages: 15 and up...
Help children understand how other people think, feel, and act Practice reading nonverbal cues For 2-4 players Ages: 8 and up Developed by Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D. Children who understand...