Product Number : 350098
Ages: 6-12. Patience is an important ingredient in a child's social and academic success. This game was designed to teach children the importance of being patient in many different situations as they try a variety of fun tasks and try to solve problems. This game teaches frustration tolerance, self-control, respect for others, and a sense of time and timing. The object of the game is to earn as many "patience points" (chips) as possible. A countdown gives players feedback on how well they control their impulsivity (countdown device not included). 2-4 players.
24 You Win Cards (describe situations where children have been patient, with a positive result)
24 Patience Problems Cards (asks players to respond to situations where being patient is important)
24 Test Your Skill Cards (describe "stunts" that require patience and self-control)
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