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Self-esteem games for children

By: Plummer, Deborah.
Publisher: London Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2007Description: 143 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781843104247.Subject(s): SELF ESTEEM | GAMES | CHILDREN
Contents:
Introduction|Understanding self-esteem|Why use games to support health self-esteem?|Working with groups|Non-competitive ways to choose groups and leaders|Warm-ups and ice-breakers|Who am I?|Friends and feelings|Feeling OK about being me|Taking care of myself|More than just talking|Solving problems|All my senses|Wind-downs and celebrations
Summary: Aims to facilitate a mindful approach to playing self-esteem games by bringing together some of the theory of self-esteem and play and combining this with guidelines for playing a range of non-competitive games. Seeks to supplement other strategies that facilitators are already using in order to contribute to an integrated approach to help 5 to 11 year-olds build, maintain and reinforce healthy self-esteem. Combines games that are physically active and passive, verbal and non-verbal and therefore accessible for children with speech/language difficulties or physical disabilities.
List(s) this item appears in: Games to teach social skills. Jan 2019
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Aims to facilitate a mindful approach to playing self-esteem games by bringing together some of the theory of self-esteem and play and combining this with guidelines for playing a range of non-competitive games. Seeks to supplement other strategies that facilitators are already using in order to contribute to an integrated approach to help 5 to 11 year-olds build, maintain and reinforce healthy self-esteem. Combines games that are physically active and passive, verbal and non-verbal and therefore accessible for children with speech/language difficulties or physical disabilities.

Introduction|Understanding self-esteem|Why use games to support health self-esteem?|Working with groups|Non-competitive ways to choose groups and leaders|Warm-ups and ice-breakers|Who am I?|Friends and feelings|Feeling OK about being me|Taking care of myself|More than just talking|Solving problems|All my senses|Wind-downs and celebrations

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