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  • I Am Special: The Board Game

    I Am Special: The Board Game

    by Peter Vermeulen

    Offering a playful and engaging way to encourage young people, especially those on the autism spectrum, to think about themselves and their wider environment, this cooperative board game is perfect for working with groups of children and young adults with autism of all ages (10 and up). Each player works to create their own cartoon figure, emphasising how everyone is unique, and the figure includes elements that shows both how they look from the outside, and their inner characteristics. Games typically last around an hour, and discussion points are provided...

  • Let's Talk Feelings

    Let's Talk Feelings

    by Sue Nicholls

    *Let’s Talk: Feelings is a card game to enable people to become more aware of their feelings.* It is an adaptable resource, designed for use as a 5-minute ice breaker, in a one-hour discussion, or in a series of more detailed workshop sessions. It covers a range of feelings, for example: angry, jealous, calm, disappointed, overwhelmed, proud, nervous, frustrated, uncomfortable, curious, left out, loving. Can be used with adults or children, with individuals or in small groups, home, school (eg circle time, learning support), therapy settings. *Contents:* The cards are split into...

  • Let's Talk Resilience

    Let's Talk Resilience

    by Sue Nicholls

    *Cards to improve communication and confidence.* To understand more about resilience, these cards help to develop resilience skills and look at how to use different strategies to be resilient in difficult situations. Let's Talk: Resilience can be used: with adults and children aged 7+; with individuals or in small groups; at school (1-1 learning support, circle time), youth groups, child psychologists, family therapy, personal development & confidence building workshops, adult training sessions and at home; adaptable: separate sessions/ a full workshop/ ongoing use. *Contents:* The cards are split into 5 sections: ...

  • Mood Dude: Feelings Playing Cards

    Mood Dude: Feelings Playing Cards

    Use these cards as a processing tool or use them like a regular deck of cards to play games with.  Participants become familiar with 30 different feelings as they play these fun card games. GoFeelings (Go Fish)  Frustrated (Old Maid) Concentration Bingo.  Feeling-0. Crazy 8's, Snap. Beggar My Neighbour. Twenty One (21) Slapjack. Rummy.  1. Spread the cards out in front of your group and ask them to pick a feeling flashcard that would best describe a feeling that had during the game/program.  2. Ask participants to...

  • Mood Dudes - The Feelings Flashcards

    Mood Dudes - The Feelings Flashcards

    by Illustrator: Jim Borgman

    Now you can talk about your feelings in 25 languages! From the creators of Mood Dudes comes this set of 56 flash cards. The set includes 30 face cards: *Examples:* Depressed Lonely Hopeful Ecstatic Ashamed Overwhelmed Exhausted Guilty Shocked Lovestruck Happy Shy Also included are 25 'How Are You Feeling Today?' cards which list all the 30 faces in 25 different languages, and a suggestions for use card.  

  • Social Skills Board Game

    Social Skills Board Game

    This set of six unique board games improves children’s social skills and reinforces positive character traits. Players are faced with socially challenging situations and must work together to decide upon the best possible response. Simple yet thought-provoking, these games encourage players to communicate, listen, and participate while improving their social skills. *The six games include:* Morals Manners Empathy Friendship Showing emotions Managing emotions Each game supports the development of social and emotional skills and the consolidation of those already learnt. *Contents*: 6 games made from durable cardboard (297...

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