Product Number : 145351600
By: Kathy Cooper, M.S.W. and Marianne Vandawalker, M.Ed.
Power Play is full of games and activities designed to empower students to deal with their problems in positive and assertive ways. The book is designed to help children to become responsible, face their problems and become more independent.
Through these fun, non-threatening activities, students are encouraged to learn various skills through a game format. They can be used in a variety of settings such as classroom guidance, small group counseling, or individual counseling. Also, teachers and parents will find this book a valuable tool to help students learn success-building skills that will help them in school with peers and at home.
Utilizing a fast-paced presentation style, these reproducible games and activities are simple and direct approaches to dealing with:
- Conflict Resolution
- Decision Making
- Social Skills
- Character Building
Paperback, 8.5 x 11, 383 pages, suitable for pre-K to grade six
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