Who Are You? Thumball
Green/white ball. 32 panels. 4″. The Who Are You? Thumball is kid friendly. Toss it. Catch it. Look under a thumb. React to it! Helps kids of all ages get to know each other in any setting. New friends or even siblings! Great for school, home, camps, youth, and religious organizations, etc.
Tags: Answers in motion, ball, child therapy game, child therapy toy, child therapy toys, communication game, communication skills, communication skills game, group activity, icebreaker, icebreaker game, social game, social skills, social skills game, therapy game, therapy games, therapy toy, therapy toys, thumball, thumballs
101 Bully Prevention Activities is ideal for grades 5-12. This ingeniously structured resource book provides you with a wealth of bullying prevention activities.
100 Interactive Activities for Mental Health, Substance Abuse Recovery and Survival Skills (with CD)$57.95
Item #71652-sgg Carol Butler
With 100 plus activities, groups work through Anger Management, Assertion, Stress, Self-Esteem, Sobriety, Problem Solving, and much more to learn self-sufficient survival skills.
Contains activities, discussion questions, and other exercises that teachers can use along with Julia Cook's illustrated story, A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue, to teach students the differences between tattling and warning.
Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Disruptive, Defiant, or Difficult Behaviors$45.00
Item #798935 Kathleen McConnell, Gail Ryser, James Patton
Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Disruptive, Defiant, or Difficult Behaviors, Second Edition is for educators who work with students with challenging behaviors. Like the other titles in the PITRW series, this easy-to-use resource consists of two main components: a Practical Ideas Manual and an Evaluation Form.