Product Number : 100171800
Substitute these cards for the Communication cards when playing the board game, or use as a stand-alone game (chips not included). Use these cards to facilitate an appreciation and understanding of the child’s difficulties, and develop strategies for managing and coping with their challenges.
Children with ADHD have attention problems. When is it hard for you to pay attention? What can you do to make yourself pay attention better? Four chips.
Felicia has ADHD and wants to play with other children. They think she is too bossy and mean. What should she do? Five chips.
Name three places where you have difficulty paying attention. Earn one chip. Name two things that help you pay attention. Earn two more chips.
Suitable for ages 6 and older.
By Carol A. Butler, MS Ed, RN, C Ages: 8 to 80. 100 Interactive Activities for Health and Substance Abuse Recovery. With 100 plus activities, groups work through Anger Management,...
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