Your students will enjoy building self control skills as they move around the board collecting reward chips. The player with the most reward chips at the finish line wins. This therapeutic game can be played one on one or in small groups to teach and reinforce cognitive-behavioral self control techniques. It is designed to address 24 specific traits and behaviors classified as impulsive, inattentive, or hyperactive.
This game is designed to:
- Prompt players to think critically about their behaviors and understand how their behaviors are perceived by others.
- Teach players to make realistic self statements to encourage positive behavioral change.
- The importance of self praise for self-control and good behavior.
The game includes a game board, 4 card decks, 6 pawns, 200 reward chips and an instructors booklet with directions, reproducible parent/teacher evaluation of self-control sheet, and a reproducible behavior control inventory sheet.
Designed for students ages eight and up.
Size: 10.5 x 10.5 x 2