Product Number : 5044
Ages: 6-10. Help kids recognize the non-verbal markers that enable them to decipher social situations and improve their relationships with others. Many children have difficulty reading nonverbal language. They may misread facial cues, posture, gestures, voice tone, or any other subtle aspects of nonverbal communication. This game is designed to help children pay more attention to the nonverbal aspects of communication. It is intended to help them be aware of both of their own nonverbal language, as well as nonverbal language used by others. 2-8 players.
Each cube has a pocket in which to insert a card. Players roll the cubes and follow the instructions on the card that turns up. Players win points for using an appropriate "Positive Action" as outlined in the game.
3 Roll-A-Role Cubes
50 Situation cards
6 Number cards
24 Think About It cards
Grade level: 2-6. This appealingly illustrated book includes 101 ready-to-use, reproducible activities to help children improve their social skills. Great as the basis of a social skills curriculum. Topics include:...
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