Product Number : W-376
By Sharon Gee
Half of all children in the U.S. will experience parental divorce before they turn 18. For a child, this experience can be confusing, tumultuous, and depressing. Nobody Asked Me! provides an avenue for children to express and cope with such feelings.
As players move around the game board, they are asked questions regarding their feelings toward their parents and how their lives have changed following divorce. The game cards address hypothetical situations, including moving to a new neighborhood, financial hardship, parental dating, and remarriage. By considering these issues, children become better prepared for situations they may encounter in the future.
Nobody Asked Me! gives children a voice by asking how they feel about a situation they had no say in that greatly affects their lives.
Suitable for children ages 6 to 12. Up to 4 individuals or teams.
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