Product Number : 61534
May be used in either individual or group settings
Includes 90 fun activities such as word searches, puzzles, drawings, mazes, and more
The Cooperation Workbook by Tracy Zimmerman, Illustrated by Steve Barr. This workbook is filled with over 90 fun activities to be used individually or in a classroom environment. The activities emphasize the importance of getting along with others as well as recognizing the signals that might derail a cooperative encounter. This workbook is designed to enhance the social skills needed for children to get along better with others as well as to help them develop a more positive outlook toward themselves and the world around them. Activities include word searches, puzzles, drawings, mazes, and story-starters. Activities are designed to be photocopied and used to help individual children or groups of children learn specific skills including: Understanding other's feelings, seeing the value of cooperative behaviors, making cooperative decisions, resolving conflicts, seeking help when needed. 114-pages, spiral-bound, includes a CD.
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