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  • Friendship In a Jar® 101 Quotes & Comments About Special People

    Friendship In a Jar® 101 Quotes & Comments About Special People

    by Free Spirit

    Quotes and comments about good friends—the friends who stand by us, put up with us, and let us be ourselves. A whole lotta friendship in one little jar Use your in a jar® cards for: Conversations and discussion starters Warm-ups and ice-breakers Learning games Brain teasers Life lessons Positive affirmations Writing and storytelling prompts Thought or activity of the day Learning interesting facts Challenging and creative thinking Reinforcing learning Daily insights and support for positive personal development Fun at home, in school, at the office, and on long...

  • Game Time: Games to Promote Social and Emotional Resilience for Children Aged 4 to 14 (Inc CD)

    Game Time: Games to Promote Social and Emotional Resilience for Children Aged 4 to 14 (Inc CD)

    by Robyn Hromek

    These games will be invaluable for those working with small groups of young people who find it difficult to behave and co-operate with their peers. They are progressive in terms of skill development and complexity and have a strong focus on early intervention (age range from 4 to 14). The games may be used sequentially over 6 to 8 sessions to practise a range of social and emotional skills; or in a one-off session to cover specific skills. Socio-emotional development addressed includes: Social and friendship skills Anger management...

  • 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...

  • Icebreakers In a Jar® Quirky questions to practice social skills

    Icebreakers In a Jar® Quirky questions to practice social skills

    by Free Spirit

    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...

  • 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: ...

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