Product Number : 224161400
Each of these fun, therapeutic games has 16 laminated BINGO cards, 75 calling cards, a facilitator's instruction sheet and reproducible handouts meant to be used in clinics or classrooms. Healthy competition and fun make these our best-selling games.
Set includes each of the following BINGO Games:
Stress Bingo: Explores external stressors, internal stressors, physical symptoms, emotional/behavioral systems, and stress relievers.
Anger Bingo: Non-threatening, engaging and educational. Addresses triggers, symptoms, causes, control and prevention. Reproducible handout, How to Control and Prevent Anger.
Self-Esteem Bingo: Focuses on one of the most important topics in classrooms and clinics. Helps players to understand self-esteem Boosters and Busters, the benefits of self-esteem, how to acknowledge their own strengths and how to take responsibility.
Healthy Relationship Bingo : Teaches the skills needed for a healthy relationship and examines key topics like Things to Look For, Red Flags, Green Flags, Obstacles, and Healthy Relationship Skills. Engaging and educational!
Social Skills Bingo: Improves social skills by focusing on five important areas: positive and negative characteristics, verbal and nonverbal communication, getting along, and common interests.
Resiliency Bingo: Develops and explores player's resiliency skills at home, at work, in school, and in social situations.
Recovery Bingo: Builds recovery skills for living addiction free. Focuses on developing support, recognizing danger zones, and planning for recovery.
Between You and Me Game by Cynthia M. Brody, MFT; game board and card design by Thomas Morris "Imagine and describe an invention that would change the world for the...
Baby Smarts*by Alison Lewis, M.S.W., and Fae Rubenstein, M.S.W. Teenage girls are often faced with confusing and conflicting information about sexuality and parenting. Baby Smarts gives them the opportunity to...
Career Odyssey®Career Odyssey® is a board game specifically designed to help students explore careers that may be good matches for their talents and interests. Students develop insight into their own...
Common Ties: Living Together in a Multicultural World*by Patricia del Valle, Ph.D., NCC, Maria Gondra, Psy.D., and Raysa Richardson, Ph.D. When children enter a new culture, they often experience fear,...