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What do you Mean?
This resource is a new way of presenting idioms by visually reinforcing the implied meaning. The illustrated cards are ideal either as a fun activity resource or for using with people who interpret language literally, including those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
Dealing with Aggression
150 games to control and reduce aggression. Encourages the participants to express their anger in a controlled environment so that they may recognize the triggers of anger and aggression and learn how to control them. Sections include: Perceiving & expressing aggressive feelings, Recognizing triggers for anger & aggression, Better understanding of oneself & others, Controlling & reducing anger & aggression, Building up inner strength & self-esteem, Building non-aggressive relationships, Resolving conflicts peacefully.
Group Games - Early Speech and Language Skills
Full of practical ideas that can be easily implemented with minimal preparation, this book contains a wealth of games and activities for developing language with young children. Following a multi-sensory approach, the games focus on having fun and working on speech & language difficulties without having to concentrate directly on speaking. The games are organized around the school year and are themed according to which sense they specifically aim to develop. The games are easily adaptable and can be differentiated according to different children's abilities.
Includes 111 games to develop emotional strength and confidence. Through the exploration and discovery of strengths and weaknesses, the participants learn to be assertive while living respectfully with others. Divided into four sections: Strength - what's that?, Getting to know your own strengths, Gaining strength - showing strength, Together we are strong.
Group Games - Playing With Words
With an emphasis on learning through play, this book provides a comprehensive collection of word games for vocabulary development or to constructively fill leisure time. The activities are suitable for children and adults and can be adapted for different groups. Ideal for teachers, therapists, youth club leaders, or activity providers, the only principle for including a game in this collection is that it had to be fun to play! Includes: A-E-I-O-U, Letter patience, "M" in the middle, double meanings, Pronouns, Haiku, Guessing rhyming words, Forbidden letters, Who has the word?, and Word snakes.
Group Games - Social Skills
160 games with ideas to improve the social climate within groups. Through this wide range of fun games, the participants learn about themselves and others and develop skills in observation, precise listening, and empathetic communication. Games are divided into eight categories: Awareness, Aggression, Reconciliation, Autonomy, Order, Entertaining, Learning and leisure.
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