This game is designed to help girls learn and reinforce appropriate friendship skills and personal skills focusing on gender-specific examples. Instructions explain how the game can be played individually, with a group of 2-3 friends or with a group of 4-8 students. Each card colour represents a different question subject-area.
This fun card game can also be played as part of the Operation: Breaking the Girl Code small group guidance program.
Hugo is a young playful Chimpanzee who loves living and playing with other chimps in the forest. All is wonderful until one day some traumatic events happen that would change his life. At first, he fears that his home is being destroyed by mysterious looking creatures. Then, his momma is tragically killed and he is captured. Hugo is terrified and not sure what will happen to him next. He is finally rescued. But Hugo is still noticeably affected by what he has experienced. Then he meets a special... More info
*No refund on this item: Was: $25.45* *Reduced by 20% - Now $20.35* In the first of Kicky's tales Kicky the Mean Chick is a bully to all the other chicks on the farm. Because she is bigger Kicky picks on the other chicks by pushing; picking; punching; and pecking. When Big Hen sees what she is doing he tells her that she can't join the other chicks when it is time for play. Kicky has to sit away from the others alone. Kicky becomes sad and realizes... More info
Individual Counselling Lessons for Adolescents features lessons, famous quotes, stories, activities, and reproducible worksheets on each of the following topics: Personal Strengths Character Building Goal Setting Study Habits and Skills Career Exploration Family Healthy Relationships Peer Pressure Stress Alcohol Other Drugs Anger Management Conflict Resolution Being Assertive (Paperback) View Sample Pages Author: Robert P. Bowman, Ph.D. & Susan C. Bowman, Ed.S.,L.P.C. More info