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Describe: Perspective Exploration Cards

Describe: Perspective Exploration Cards

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Describe is a deck of 104 cards that serves as a game, an ice breaker, a communication device, and an assessment tool. Each card has an adjective (e.g. "happy", "clumsy", "sincere"), and several questions about that adjective. The included instruction booklet describes several games and activities that individuals, couples, and groups can complete with the deck.
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No More Bullies Board Game

No More Bullies Board Game

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Created by teachers and guidance counselors--and field-tested--this game deals effectively with the problem of bullying. Players create a puzzle that "transforms" the bully into a nice guy and along the way, bullies discover alternate ways to behave while victims learn how to deal with them.
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Coping Skills Bingo

Coping Skills Bingo

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Coping Skills Bingo Game Ages: 10-14. Teens are especially vulnerable to stress. Add to the usual vulnerability of the teenage years, the present-day situation of uncontrollable world events and there is a recipe for anxiety and stress. Help teens address and handle the stresses in their lives by learning easy-to-implement coping skills.
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