Product Number : 396714100
Totika is a wood stacking game like no other! While trying to keep the stack from falling over, players draw cards and answer questions to promote conversation, relationship building, personal growth, and self-esteem.
This set includes 48 Colored Blocks and Six Decks of Question Cards. Each deck consists of 48 cards and over 150 questions.
The Six Decks are the Ice Breaker cards, Self-Esteem Question deck, Jr. Principles, Values, and Beliefs, Teen-Adult Principles, Values, and Beliefs, Life Skills, and the Divorce Question Deck.
Totika is suitable for 2 or more players, ages 8 to adult.
The Self-Esteem cards, included in the box, encourages young people to explore self-confidence, healthy growth and development, setting and achieving goals, and valuing self.
The Ice-breaker Question cards have over 196 thoughtful conversation starters and prompts. These cards can be used with one other person or in a small group. It is also appropriate for families.
The Divorce cards encourage children to talk about their parents divorce, their feelings, and identify strategies for coping. Playing the Totika game helps children relax as they discuss this difficult subject.
The Teen-Adult Principles, Values and Beliefs cards consist of over 150 thought-provoking questions about personal principles, values and beliefs. The open-ended questions are designed to promote moral development, social awareness and civility. Questions in this card deck are more challenging and not appropriate for players under 13.
The Jr. Principles, Values, and Beliefs cards are similar, but written for younger children, ages eight and up. The set includes open-ended questions designed to promote moral development, social awareness and civility. This deck is intended for use with children but may be used with adult players too.
The Life Skills card deck includes open-ended questions intended to promote healthy relationships, social skills, coping strategies, critical thinking and sound decision making abilities.
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