This practical guide is full of insight techniques and activities for managing and helping chronically angry children. It provides teachers, counsellors, parents and other professionals with numerous helpful strategies for dealing with the challenges they face when attempting to reach and help these children.
The first section of this book covers the causes and effects of anger problems and roadblocks to anger management.
Next the 131 creative strategies featured including 24 reproducible skill sheets.
Then the book focuses on techniques and approaches designed especially for parents.
The final section includes a list of Do's and Don'ts concerning medications for anger-related problems in children.
Author: Tom Carr
This game is designed to help boys learn and reinforce appropriate friendship skills and personal skills focusing on gender-specific examples. Instructions explain how the game can be played individually, with a group of 2-3 friends or with a group of 4-8 students. Each card colour represents a different question subject-area. Blue: Think About It Green: Character Traits Red: Friendship Skills Yellow: Making a Difference This fun card game can also be played as part of the Operation: Breaking the Boy Code small group guidance program. Also Available: Operation: Breaking the Boy... More info
Players respond to prompts around the topic of bullying. Discussions may include what student can say to a bully, what it feels like to be bullied, what are the results of bullying and how bystanders help. This offers a fun way to discuss a serious topic that affects many students. This game can encourage students to talk openly about how bullying affects them and others at their school. This can encourage victims of bullying to speak out and for bullies and bystanders to share their perspectives as well.... More info
Cyman is a gamer that learns a very valuable lesson about the importance of safely and responsibly interacting when playing games that connect him with friends – and strangers – online. After making some poor decisions – such as over-sharing personal information and trying to meet up with a “friend” he met online while gaming – he learns the potential consequences of not applying “stranger danger” while playing games online. This book will help teach you and your children Cyman’s very important “Gamers Guideline” to ensure you and your children... More info