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

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

101 Life Skills Games for Children (New)
Bernie Badegruber
Games are not only fun for kids, but they teach practical life skills as well. The 101 games promote tolerance, communication, responsibility, cooperation, self-confidence, and respect. They are arranged in four sections according to the skills they address: "I Games," "You Games," "We Games," and "Adding More Imagination." Each game has goals, such as developing self-image, being considerate, or building group spirit. Step-by-step instructions and ideas are also provided, as well as ideas for reflection and discussion. This book is an excellent resource on how to teach kids ages 6–12 social and emotional skills through engaging games. (176 pages)
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