Girl Games Card Deck

Five Fun Card Games for Girls

SKU: A697-Net

The 5 games are played similar to the traditional card games which makes them fun and easy to play. Cards include different topics with thought-provoking questions that can help facilitate meaningful discussions. Each card game focuses on one aspect of bullying or relational aggression.

  1. Crazy Dates (Crazy Eights) – Respect; Appreciation; Support; Safety; Trust; Put-Downs; Ignoring; Feeling Uncomfortable; Pressure; Fights; Control; Possessiveness
  2. Queen of Mean (Old Maid) – Lying; Gossip; Fights; Bullying; Rumors; Best Friends; Exclusion; Jealousy; Secrets; Accusations; Put-Downs; Violence
  3. Peace Not War (War) – Peaceful Relationships; Self-Improvement; Affirmations; Self-Reflection; Consequences of Rumors; Helping Others; Looking at Accomplishments
  4. Confidence Concentration (Memory) – Body Image; Likes & Dislikes; Hobbies; Difficulties; Goals; Achievements; Pride; Appearance; Strengths
  5. Go Talk (Go Fish) – Emotions & Communication; Accusing; Defensiveness; Emotions; Adult Helpers; Conflicts; Listening; Patience
Written by Shannon Trice-Black
ISBN 9781598500288
Grades 5-12
Release Date January 1, 2015

Additional information

Format

Cards

Language

English

Publisher

Youthlight, Inc.

Shannon Trice-Black is currently a doctoral student in counseling education. She has been a school counselor for over 10 years and continues to maintain a small part-time counseling practice, working with children, adolescents, and adults. Shannon has presented her work and writings on classroom guidance, bullying, and relational aggression at conferences, workshops, and master’s level classes. She serves on the board of the Jefferson Counseling Association and the Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. In addition, Shannon is a member of the Virginia Counselors Association, Virginia School Counselors Association, and American Counseling Association.

Shannon Trice-Black is currently a doctoral student in counseling education. She has been a school counselor for over 10 years and continues to maintain a small part-time counseling practice, working with children, adolescents, and adults. Shannon has presented her work and writings on classroom guidance, bullying, and relational aggression at conferences, workshops, and master’s level classes. She serves on the board of the Jefferson Counseling Association and the Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. In addition, Shannon is a member of the Virginia Counselors Association, Virginia School Counselors Association, and American Counseling Association.

$19.95

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