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;
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 perfect addition to any counsellors toolbox.
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... More info
Get children talking and interacting with this clever board game! Developed by Alison Schroeder, this fantastic resource teaches and develops essential language and social skills to pupils aged 4-8. The game is centred around Ginger Bear and is designed to complement the Time to Talk book. Pupils have the opportunity to perform a variety of role play activities, practice everyday actions and provide information about themselves. Through these enjoyable tasks they learn vital social skills including: listening turn-taking asking and answering questions engaging in basic conversations non-verbal communication eye contact understanding feelings.... More info
This versatile game can be used as an assessment tool to evaluate children's ability to conceptualise the principles of Protective Behaviours and /or to ascertain the child’s existing protective behaviours skills and knowledge. *Contents:* 30 Protective Behaviours question cards 30 Protective Behaviours scenario cards 30 Feeling question cards 30 Feelings scenario cards Game board Die Markers Instructions *Example of Protective Behaviours* Which “No’ would you use if someone asked you to steal a chocolate bar? Is it OK to say “NO” to and adult? If someone was at... More info