Product Number : 100351800
The 5 games are played similar to the traditional card games which makes them fun and easy to play. Cards include different topics with thought-provoking questions that can help facilitate meaningful discussions. Each card game focuses on one aspect of bullying or relational aggression.
1. Crazy Dates (Crazy Eights)
Respect; Appreciation; Support; Safety; Trust; Put-Downs; Ignoring;
Feeling Uncomfortable; Pressure; Fights; Control; Possessiveness
2. Queen of Mean (Old Maid)
Lying; Gossip; Fights; Bullying; Rumors; Best Friends; Exclusion;
Jealousy; Secrets; Accusations; Put-Downs; Violence
3. Peace Not War (War)
Peaceful Relationships; Self-Improvement; Affirmations; Self-Reflection;
Consequences of Rumors; Helping Others; Looking at Accomplishments
4. Confidence Concentration (Memory)
Body Image; Likes & Dislikes; Hobbies; Difficulties; Goals;
Achievements; Pride; Appearance; Strengths
5. Go Talk (Go Fish)
Emotions & Communication; Accusing; Defensiveness; Emotions;
Adult Helpers; Conflicts; Listening; Patience
Suitable for Girls ages 10 to 18.
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