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Games

Art of Conversation

300 fascinating conversation starters for all ages. These 100 cards with 3 questions each provide opportunities for conversations ranging from getting to know you to a deeper understanding, all based on personal life experience. Apart from being just a great game for families and groups to play, these cards can be used in therapy, counselling, education, language and speech pathology. Use the different game rules, or make up your own. There're hours of fun and conversation opportunities in this little box. The cards are half the size of the box size, 9 x 5.5 cms.

13x9cm  $24.95  
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Art of Conversation - Kids
Talk, Listen, Learn - for Children

200 brilliant conversation builders for young people, and above. Apart from being just a great game for kids and families to play, these cards can be used in therapy, counselling, education, language and speech pathology. Use the different game rules, or make up your own. There are hours of fun and conversation opportunities in this little box. The cards are half the size of the box size, 9 x 5.5 cms.

13x9cm  $24.95  
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Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social Situations

Currently being reprinted. No due date as yet.
The Choices Game has been specially designed to help older children and teenagers learn how to make positive choices. As players move around the game board, they pick up Choice Cards which invite them to imagine themselves in a scenario and make a choice about how they would respond in that situation. The outcome of their decision is then revealed, and the more safe choices they make the further they progress in the game! This game will be an invaluable tool for teachers, parents, social workers and anyone else teaching social skills and personal safety to young people with special needs or emotional difficulties. It includes a helpful guide for teachers, with advice to aid learning through discussion.

$47.95  
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What Did You Say? What Did You Mean?

Expressions that don't literally mean what they say can be confusing for many children - not just those on the autism spectrum. This box of cards has 2 piles, one with What Did You Say, the second with What Do You Mean. 120 cards in all plus a booklet with information, ideas, and a whole variety of games that can be played to help learn the meanings of sayings such as - Too get to big for your boots - To move the goalposts - To sit on the fence - To keep your fingers crossed - To lend a hand, and many others.

19x13cm  $45.00  
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