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The choices game [game] : staying safe in social situations / Christopher McMaster.

By: McMaster, Christopher.
London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2011Description: 1 game (1 playing board, 4 counters, 22 choice cards, 1 dice, 1 user guide) ; in box 22 x 31 x 4 cm.ISBN: 9781849051897.Other title: Staying safe in social situations.Subject(s): SOCIAL SKILLS | SAFETY EDUCATION | PERSONAL SAFETY | EDUCATIONAL GAMES | CHILDREN
Contents:
Aime. - Objectives. - How to play. - Teacher's role. - Extension activities. - Teacher's guide to choice cards.
Summary: "Designed to help older children and teenagers stay safe by learning how to make positive choices in social situations"--Container. 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.
List(s) this item appears in: Games Feb 2019. CM | Self regulation 10-14 years olds. Sept 2017 | Games to teach social skills. Jan 2019
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    average rating: 4.0 (1 votes)
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Aime. - Objectives. - How to play. - Teacher's role. - Extension activities. - Teacher's guide to choice cards.

"Designed to help older children and teenagers stay safe by learning how to make positive choices in social situations"--Container.
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.

Patron comment on

It is a good game to start discussions on right or wrong decisions. My kids enjoyed it. They are 12 years with ASD and 15 years with Down syndrome. It's a great game for this age group. Thanks.

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