Product Number : 1616A
This kit encourages children to recognize and understand their feelings and the feelings of others in order to cope successfully and problem solve in group situations. The complete kit can be used for the entire classroom, in counseling groups, or for individual students.
Kit includes one each of the following:
Berenstain Bears What Would A Friend Do? Board Game
In this game the players all have the same goal, to follow the path to the center of the forest where Brother Bear and Sister Bear are waiting to go on a picnic. But along the way, each child must answer questions about how friends would behave toward one another in a variety of situations by answering multiple choice questions, acting out their answers, or giving examples from real life.
Learn to Make Friends Bingo Game
This game encourages children to recognize and understand their feelings and the feelings of others in order to cope successfully and problem solve in group situations.
Learn to Make Friends Ball
Elementary school children will learn essential social skills, how to make friends, and what it takes to be a good friend. Comes with instruction sheet for play. Vinyl ball comes deflated, pump required. 8" inflated.
Reproducible Reward Certificate (Pad of 50 with CD)
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