A Character Building Card Game
Turn learning into a game and kids will want to play. Based on What Do You Stand For? For Kids by Barbara A. Lewis, this card game spotlights ten top character traits:
To win, players collect cards of each trait. Each card features a "What If" scenario or question about character that gets kids thinking about what they would do-and what they stand for.
Meant to be played with adult supervision (a teacher, counselor, or youth worker familiar with character education themes), the game includes an insert with rules and basic character education concepts.
Go beyond "What's your favourite colour?" Start a great conversation with these thought-provoking questions and get to know others better! Help kids break the ice in new situations and develop social skills as they learn more about their peers. Perfect for use in classrooms, advisory groups, after-school programs, teams, and youth groups. A whole lotta icebreakers in one little jar Use your in a jar® cards for: Divide into pairs and give everyone a card. Take turns asking each other every question on the cards. Have a... More info
A collection of 36 cards designed to generate discussion covering thirty-six topics and issues faced by all or some family members. Each card provides the opportunity to tackle a different subject including: Sibling rivalry Parental divorce Domestic violence Depression Elderly relative with dementia Drug addiction Alcoholism Child abuse Eating disorders Redundancy Broken Heart The cards have been divided into four specific groups – some being relevant to one, more or all of these highlighted areas: Relationships Behaviour Memorable Events Feelings and Emotions The cards can be used... More info
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