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By: Tonia Caselman and Joshua Cantwell
In order to work on improving a problem, one must first admit there is a problem. However, admitting problems and mistakes takes strong ego strength which is often lacking in young clients. This game was developed for the purpose of helping individuals feel less reactive to admitting mistakes by desensitizing them to the process. It will assist those children and adolescents who need to take responsibility for their actions, learn how to admit mistakes and problems and, when necessary, to apologize.
Courage to Admit uses a simple game board to create game play with three kinds of cards: Role-play cards, Consequence cards and Discussion cards. Children/adolescents will benefit from the game by:
Improving self-awareness and introspection skills
Reducing the need for impression management
Becoming less emotionally reactive when admitting mistakes and problems
Learning about everyday events that need apologies
Laminated game board
Six (6) playing pieces
Three (3) sets of game play cards (Role-Play, Consequence and Discussion)
Instructions plus two (2) reproducible worksheets
Comes in a polybag, no box is included.
Benjamin Franklin said "How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults or resolution to mend them." What do you think this means?
Why is not admitting a mistake an even bigger mistake?
You like to tease other kids but they often get their feelings hurt. Pretend the person on your right is your friend. Admit that you were wrong in teasing him/her.
Additional Product Info
Not specified. See product description.
2 - 6
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts Not for children 3 years or under