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  • (WTF?) What's the Feeling?

    (WTF?) What's the Feeling?

    by John Veeken

    There is nothing more important in life than our emotions. Every decision we ever make is based on how we feel or wish to feel. However, talking about our emotions is not always easy… especially for men. (WTF?) What’s the Feeling? Cards has 52 carefully selected feelings presented as a deck of regular playing cards featuring a pack of moody mutts, plus four jokers. They can be used to think about or discuss feelings or simply to play any card game. An enclosed information sheet will help to get...

  • All About Me Board Game

    All About Me Board Game

    by Child Aware

    *All About Me* is designed as a rapport building tool for use in counselling with children. It is designed to gather information and get to know the child in a non-threatening and non-confrontational way . Three areas are explored in the board game; 1. Strengths and Difficulties 2. Feelings and Behaviour 3. People in the child's life All About Me is designed for use with children aged 5-12 years of age. This is a fun yet useful way of engaging children in the counselling process. It is the...

  • Anti-Bullying Game

    Anti-Bullying Game

    by Searle, Streng

    Designed for children and adolescents who experience difficulties with peer relationships, The Anti-Bullying Game enables both victims and bullies to understand the dynamics underlying bullying behaviour and helps them to explore more adaptive interaction styles. Exploring the mechanisms behind passive and provocative behaviour, the game focuses on interactive processes, communication, belief systems and assertiveness. Providing an opportunity for exploration within a safe group, the game helps young people to understand the dynamics of the power differential between victim and bully. It promotes positive self-esteem and encourages behaviour to be taken over into...

  • Card Game: How to be a Bully......NOT!

    Card Game: How to be a Bully......NOT!

    by Youthlight

    Get ready to learn all about bullies and how to handle them in this fun-filled action card game based on the book, How to be a Bully...NOT! Object of Game: To become the first player to get four Hero Cards (who stand up to Bullies) and three Good Bystander Cards (who help kids being bullied). Find out: what bullies do, how to stand up to bullies and what makes a helpful and not helpful bystander. Race against your opponents to get rid of all the...

  • Cards For Life

    Cards For Life

    by Simon Blake

    Cards for Life is a colourful, fun card game designed to help young people aged 11+ to develop their emotional well-being and resilience. Designed to help young people to learn and think about their understanding of themselves and others, the resource is full of creative ideas to encourage discussion about common social, emotional and moral dilemmas. Featuring 40 scenarios based on real-life situations, plus questions to prompt and guide discussion, the resource covers topics including:health and emotional well-being family life planning for the future rules and regulations rights, values and...

  • Chill Out Bag

    Chill Out Bag

    by Youthlight

    To help people of any age deal more effectively with anger it helps to have a bag of hands-on items specifically designed for chilling out. Before angry feelings grow beyond our control each of us should have our own personal bag of touchable manipulatives we can pull out and use to help us calm down. Then we can think of better ways to cope or deal with the situation. This plan may consist of different strategies for different situations. The Chill Out Bag contains an instruction manual and...

  • Chill Skills In a Jar® Anger Management Tips for Teens

    Chill Skills In a Jar® Anger Management Tips for Teens

    by Free Spirit

    Deal positively with your anger and maintain respectful relationships. Use Chill Skills In a Jar to promote group discussions about healthy ways to deal with anger. Individuals can also use the cards to learn calming strategies for tense or difficult situations. Perfect for use in classrooms, advisory groups, after-school programs, teams, and youth groups. The four different kinds of cards are: *What Would You Do? cards*: These cards present difficult scenarios. You’re asked to imagine yourself in tense situations and provide answers for how you’d respond. *Tips! cards:* Here’s advice...

  • Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social Situations

    Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social Situations

    by Christopher McMaster

    Vulnerable young people – such as those with Autism Spectrum Disorders, intellectual disabilities, or social, behavioural and emotional difficulties – often lack the skills to make the right decisions when faced with potentially dangerous scenarios. This fun and interactive game helps to open up discussion and teach young people the social skills they need to stay safe in school and in the wider community. The Choices Game has been specially designed to help older children and teenagers learn how to make positive choices. As players move around the game board,...

  • Feelings Bingo

    Feelings Bingo

    by Safe4Kids

    Help increase and reinforce children’s feelings vocabulary by playing Feelings Bingo, each set contains 32 game boards. *Instructions:* Each player is given a game board and six counters (counters not included) Consecutive feelings are selected randomly (from the feelings card pack- not included) or from the back of one of the boards. Players identify the feelings and place a counter on the matching feeling or using a white- board marker, mark with a cross (marker not included) if pictured on their game board The first player with...

  • Feelings Cards (YouthLight)

    Feelings Cards (YouthLight)

    by YouthLight

    These colourful cards are a great way to help kids explore and express their feelings. The 32 feeling cards will provide you with stimulus material for games and activities to teach children how to explore and express feelings in a fun creative way. Use them in your own creative way or in conjunction with the book It's Fun to Learn About Feelings. Author: Carol Wood & Karyn Nash View samples Adventurous Angry Beautiful Bored Brave Calm Caring Cheerful Creative Disappointed Embarrassed Enthusiastic Excited Free Fun loving Grateful Happy Joyful...

  • Feelings Cards Game

    Feelings Cards Game

    by Safe4kids

    A tin full of fun multi-cultural Feelings Cards will help increase children’s feelings vocabulary. Instructions for 10 games which can be played with the cards.   Concentration / Memory Game Pairs / Memory Game Magic Bag Snap Charades Fishing Go Fish Detective Synonyms Sorting Role – Play Each tin contains the definitions of 30 feelings: Angry, Ashamed, Bored, Bullied, Confused, Depressed, Disappointed, Disgusted, Embarrassed, Excited, Frustrated, Guilty, Happy, Hate, Hurt, Jealous, Lonely, Love, Nervous, Proud, Sad, Safe, Scared, Shame, Shocked, Shy, Sorry, Surprised, Unsafe, Worried. Other items in this range Feelings Bingo Feelings Cards...

  • Feelings In a Jar® A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction

    Feelings In a Jar® A Fun Game for All Ages for Endless Play & Interaction

    by Free Spirit

    Everyone needs to know how to name and express feelings. A whole lotta feelings in one little jar Use your in a jar® cards for: *Act it Out:* Pull out a card, mime or show expressions of the feeling for other people to guess. Try using verbal clues to help. For example: “This feeling starts with the letter D” *Daily Insights*: Pull out a feelings card and discuss or write about the last time you felt that way and if you’d do anything differently the next time. How often...

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