Product Number : 104L61600
By Sandy Queen
40 structured activities to help youth learn to cope with stress, define personal values, improve self-concepts and develop wellness skills. The activities can be used by a variety of people who work with youth (elementary through junior high) including counselors, teachers, parents, scout leaders, youth group leaders, and camp directors, just to name a few.
160 pages, 9 x 6 x .3 inches, paperback, black and white illustrations
About the Author: Sandy Queen, founder of Lifeworks, Inc., specializes in helping children and adults take a healthy look at their lives through humor, laughter, and play. She is also the author of Wellness Activities for Youth, Volume I.
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