Growing up in today's world presents young people with a complex range of diverse situations, attitudes and experiences.
The versatile cards in this pack have been designed to provide an opportunity to consider the variety of subjects, experiences and situations that a young person could encounter, providing an opportunity and platform for informative and lively discussion. Topics covered in this title include:
The free CD Rom includes worksheets for each ColorCard, which can be printed out in either black and white or colour to enable specific work to be undertaken.
Contents: 36 cards, 210 x 148mm (A5) plus instruction booklet and a free CD Rom with worksheets.
Get the young people in your life thinking, talking and reflecting about social and emotional learning Use your in a jar® cards for: Conversation starters Warm-ups and icebreakers Writing and discussion prompts Skits or roleplays Thought or activity of the day Reinforcing SEL Supporting students’ positive personal development Fun at home, in school and on long car rides *Interest Level: *Ages 8 & up *Includes:* 101 cards, 3" recyclable plastic screw-top jar *Samples* Tell me about a time you were patient When do you find it difficult... More info
40 Cards for creating respectful conversations with young people and adults about diversity and identity, particularly in relation to gender, sexuality and biological sex. Diversity enriches our community by … Everyone’s body is different, therefore … A gender stereotype I have experienced is … A person’s identity is made up of many things including … These are just four of the forty cards from Rainbow Talk, a resource for opening up respectful conversations and storytelling about diversity—particularly in relation to gender, sexuality and biological sex. Featuring a... More info
The Face It Collection always makes an impression! This set of thirty-five (35) hand-drawn cards, depicting a wide range of facial expressions, are designed to engage children and adults from diverse social and cultural backgrounds as well as those on the Autism spectrum or with other special needs. The Face It cards give greater meaning to discussions involving feelings, emotions and behaviours. They can help families resolve conflict and classmates explore social scenarios or ethical dilemmas. Whether in the classroom, clinic or at home, the Face It cards have... More info