Social Skills: Set of 6 Board Games

Social Skills: Set of 6 Board Games

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NEW! This value set of six visually stimulating board games targets good social skills and behavior. The six games included in the set cover Morals, Manners, Empathy, Showing Emotions, Friendship, and Managing Emotions. Each game supports the development of social and emotional skills and the consolidation of those already learned. This set of board games provides a comprehensive approach to promoting the social and emotional skills that underpin effective learning, positive behavior, regular attendance, staff effectiveness, and the emotional health and well-being of students.

Includes 6 games made from durable cardboard measuring 16¼" x 11½", 24 colored counters, 1 die, and 1 spinner.
Small parts, not for children under 3 years old

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This value set of six visually stimulating board games targets good social skills and behavior. The six games included in the set cover Morals, Manners, Empathy, Showing Emotions, Friendship, and Managing Emotions. Each game supports the development of social and emotional skills and the consolidation of those already learned. This set of board games provides a comprehensive approach to promoting the social and emotional skills that underpin effective learning, positive behavior, regular attendance, staff effectiveness, and the emotional health and well-being of students.

Includes 6 games made from durable cardboard measuring 16¼" x 11½", 24 colored counters, 1 die, and 1 spinner.
Small parts, not for children under 3 years old
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The kids like it
Feb 16, 2017  |  By Courtney
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I played one of the games to reinforce one of the skills we have been working on in our social skills group. It was a nice change of activity, the students liked it, and we were still able to work on our targeted social skill.


6 Board Games/Social Skills
Jan 23, 2017  |  By Shelly Seabrook
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Love it!!!


Teacher
Apr 30, 2015  |  By Lauren Maggio
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I like the games! They are a little high for my students this year, but I can see myself using them with other students in the future. It would be nice to have social skills games for lower functioning students.

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