National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

Cooperative Games and Sports: Joyful Activities for Everyone, Second Edition (New)
Terry Orlick
Children love to play games, but many times they end up feeling left out, rejected, or hurt. This book focuses on positive cooperative games where everyone can win and feel accepted while still having fun. Included are more than 150 field-tested activities and games for various age groups and numbers of players. They do not require expensive equipment, and they can be easily adapted to fit the age group, number of players, and setting. A chapter is also included on how to create your own games and how to instruct children to develop imaginative and fun activities of their own. The directions for each activity are simple, straightforward, and easy to implement. With very little time and preparation, you will have children engaged in exciting activities designed to promote self-worth, cooperation, acceptance, and fun. (163 pages)
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