The original version of Totika includes the self-esteem question card deck, which challenges players to talk about how to set and achieve goals, identify role models, develop coping and critical thinking skills and strive for self-improvement and success.
Game includes 48 self-esteem question cards and 48 colored blocks
For use with the Totika games, the blank card deck allows you to create a new game each and every time Totika is played. Write questions, prompts, dares, challenges or anything else to the blank cards before or during game play. Erasable surface allows for multiple uses or purchase more blank cards and make permanent question decks for specific purposes.
Includes 48 cards with 150 open-ended questions, scenarios, prompts and sentence completions intended to promote discussions about effective stress management and problem-solving, understanding feelings, forming healthy friendships and a positive self-concept and outlook.
(Original Stacking Game, Cube, Plunktika, Pong and the ten card decks: (Anger, Bullying, Divorce, Icebreaker, Junior Principles and Values, Resilience, Socio-emotional Learning- Early Childhood, Life Skills, Self Esteem, Teen-Adult Principles and Values)
Tu Kohatu is a traditional Maori competition played by stacking stones as high as possible on beaches, near rivers or other places with rocks. Totika Kohatu is a tabletop wood rock stacking game that will determine, once and for all, who has the steadiest hand and nerves of steel. Knock the stack over on your turn and lose that round of play. Win a round by successfully stacking the 16th stone. Sounds easy until everyone realizes stacking all 16 stones is nearly impossible but believe us, it’s possible. Don’t give up. Keep practicing and build your skills. With virutally zero set-up time and each round of play taking 3-5 minutes this game strengthens fine motor, visual-spatial and logical thinking skills for ages 4 to Adult.
Totika Kohatu means “well-balanced stones, gems or rocks.” To play, take turns rolling and stacking a stone of the rolled color until someone loses the round by knocking over the stack or someone wins by stacking the last stone. Four card decks, each with over 150 questions, including Self Esteem, Life Skills and Anger for ages 8 and up plus the Early Childhood Social Emotional deck for ages 4-7. The drawstring game bag holds all four decks, the 16 Kohatu stones plus a game dice. Choking hazard not appropriate for under age 3.