These examples can help you become cooperative in what you say and do, working well with others. Print and cut out the game and pieces. 1. Place the cards on the table, face up. 2. Match the race cars to the fitting blank spots on the game board. 3. Then read the full sentence out loud.
Here’s a game to help remind us of ways that we can be responsible. Print and cut out the game and game pieces. 1. Place the cards face down on the table. 2. Take turns picking a card. 3. If the card encourages responsibility, hang it on the clothes line. 4. Otherwise, place it on the basket.
Here’s a game on the topic of honesty. Print and cut out the game and game pieces.Place all the cards face up.Read one of the speech bubbles on the board.Find the matching character trait card and place it on top.Find the name that starts with the same letter as the character card and add it on top of the circle shape. (eg. Open Oliver)
These examples can help identify good manners and etiquette. Print and cut out the game and pieces. 1. Place the cards face up. 2. Read a sentence from the board. 3. Locate the card that rhymes with the underlined word in the sentence, and place on top. 4. After collecting all the clues, you will have spelled the hidden message.
A game about patience, for 2 players. The first player to build their wall of patience by having a brick card on each letter, is the winner. Print and cut out the game and pieces. Choose which side of the wall each player will build up. 1. Place the brick cards face down. 2. Take turns picking a brick card and reading it. 3. If the first letter of the sentence starts with a letter that is still available on the board, place that brick card on top of the letter.
Activity on the topic of Anger.Age: 4-7Players: 1-4Time to play: 10 min. Instructions:Mix up the card pieces and place them face up on the table.Take turns to find the matching pair to give you ideas of what you can do to help cool things down after a time of anger.Feel free to discuss and come up with some of your own ideas as well.
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Activity on the topic of Anger.Age: 4-7Players: 1-5Time to play: 10 min. Instructions: Cut out the cards and play a variety of games. For example...Hide the card around the room for children to find and put in order.Turn cards face down and ask questions.Kids must find the correct card to answer it.Place the cards face up on the table, mix them up and then hide one card.Kids must guess the missing card.Let the children give an example for each card.Use the chart to record your children's…
A game on the topic of Anger.Age: 4-7Time to play: 5 min. Do this little activity with children when they are calm and in good spirits, to help them recognize their feelings when they get angry.Place the two big cards in the middle of the table, and the little ones on another pile.Children choose which of the the two "action boxes" to place the "feeling" cards on. This is a helpful way for young children to show emotion and to see how they appear to others.
Activity on the topic of Anger.Age: 4-7Players: 1-4Time to play: 10 min. Instructions:Use these cards along with the "Give it a name" game cards, to make it easier for your child to give a name to the angry feeling.Place these "Feelings" cards in a pile faced down while having the red "Give it a name" cards faced up on the table.Children take turns to read the scenario, express their feelings and explain why, then they can place the "feeling" card onto the "anger' card that they used. A good…
A game on the topic of Anger.Age: 4-7Players: 1-4Time to play: 5 min. Instructions:Cut out the 4 dice, fold and assemble them together.Roll the dice and implement the activity when your children need some ideas of what to do after an arguments or anger spats, in order to work things out and find a solution.
A game activity on the topic of Cheerfulness.Age: 4-7Players: 1-6Time to play: 5 min. Instructions:Cut a small slit on the top of the blue number calendar boxes for each day of the month. Cut out the mini cards and choose 31 or however many you may need for the month.Slide one card into each slit of the calendar. Hang it where your whole family (or group) will be able to see it at the start of the day.Each day of the month, pick out the card of the day and read the word.Everyone must try to…