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101 games for social skills

By: Mosley, Jenny.
Contributor(s): Sonnet, Helen.
Publisher: Cambridge LDA 2003Description: 144 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781855033702.Subject(s): CHILDREN | SOCIAL SKILLS | GAMES
Contents:
Looking|Listening|Speaking|Thinking|Concentrating|Thinking of others|Working together|Enhancing communication skills|Skills for out and about|Celebrating together
Summary: Includes creative and dynamic games that will help children to develop positive relationships and to learn the skills of healthy interactions. Includes some tried and tested, as well as some brand new games that are suitable for schools, youth groups, young adults' groups, health departments and social services.
List(s) this item appears in: Games to teach social skills. Jan 2019
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Includes creative and dynamic games that will help children to develop positive relationships and to learn the skills of healthy interactions. Includes some tried and tested, as well as some brand new games that are suitable for schools, youth groups, young adults' groups, health departments and social services.

Looking|Listening|Speaking|Thinking|Concentrating|Thinking of others|Working together|Enhancing communication skills|Skills for out and about|Celebrating together

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A good resource for teachers looking to enhance student social skills.

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The children I work with are too low functioning to be able to cope with these activities in terms of play and group skills.

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Found games bit childish for adults! but good ideas and concepts that could be used

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