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When played on its own: Pick a player to start tossing Thumball around the group. When that player yells “Thumball!” the next player to catch the ball declares the color under their thumb, picks a card and asks any other player that color question. After a response is accepted, player returns card to the deck, starts the tossing and is next to yell, “Thumball!”
When played with the Totika stacking game (sold separately): Toss Thumball to the next player and the color under their thumb determines both the color block they must remove and the card question they get to ask any other player. A new twist to the classic stacking game.
The Junior Principles & Values, Resilience, Bullying card decks each include 48 cards with 150 open-ended questions, life scenarios, prompts and sentence completions. Blank cards (24 with space for 96 entries and pencil erasable) allow you to prepare specific topic questions for any group or individual client. Or, design an experiential activity with challenging prompts or questions for your next workplace meeting, seminar or teaching opportunity.
May be played with any Totika question deck and the Totika stacking game; Stuffed, soft, indoor-safe vinyl 4" ball.
Sample questions from Junior Principles, Values and Beliefs card deck:
Who has taught you about standing up for what is right?
What does equality mean to you?
What are you doing to live a healthy life?
How might you describe a compromise?
If a holiday was named in your honor, what might it be called?
What might you do if someone offered you a bribe?
What are you doing when you feel truly generous?
What is something you are hopeful about?
In your dreams of paradise, what might be the same as in real life?
How might you describe honesty?
Sample questions from Resilience card deck:
How do you usually approach a problem? What might be an example?
How do you know when you are stressed? How does your body feel?
What can I say to myself when something doesn’t go the way I had hoped?
What is your greatest strength? How does it help?
What makes a reliable friend? What makes an unreliable friend?
What in your life causes you the most stress? How are you coping?
What does it mean to try to put the solution into action?
Sample questions from Bullying card deck:
What can if feel like to get bullied? How else?
How would you define aggression? Give an example.
Someone makes fun of the clothes someone else wears. What might you think to yourself?
Bullying can make people __________ because ____________.
When you get bullied, how might you react? How else?
How would you define taunting? Give an example.
Someone calls someone else a name or puts them down. Who might you talk to about it?
Bullying often happens at ___________ because ____________.
Additional Product Info
Ages 8 through 12
Grades 3 through 7
2 - 10
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts Not for children 3 years or under