Social Skills Board Games - Set of 3
- Help children learn proper social skills with this game set
- Better communication, reading body language, and reading others' feelings and emotions are explored while having fun
- The games are particularly effective for children with Asperger's Syndrome
For Ages 6-12. Help children learn proper social skills with this game set. Better communication, reading body language, and reading others' feelings and emotions are explored while having fun. The games are particularly effective for children with social skill deficits, or have been identified as being on the Autism Spectrum.
Set includes the following Board Games:
The Understanding Faces Game:
Great for kids with Asperger's syndrome or those who have difficulty with reading emotions. This game is designed to introduce children to several aspects of understanding facial expressions, including two key concepts: 1) Different facial expressions are associated with different feelings. 2) Different people may have different facial reactions to the same situation. Game comes with 50 colorful pictures of children with different facial expressions. Players pick a Face Card and try to match the expression closest to the feeling. Correct answers advance the player. Prompts encourage kids to do fun stunts and make faces to express a variety of emotions. For 3-6 players.
Figure Me Out: A Game That Helps Kids Get to Know Each Other:
This game helps kids get to know each other. The game develops social skills by helping children learn to gather information about others and share information about themselves. Children take turns assuming the role of a reporter, getting to the bottom of a story by using Who, What, When, Where, and How questions to figure out what another player is thinking. These conversational skills are used to teach children how to begin and maintain an interesting conversation. A variety of topics (a hobby that interests me, a movie I saw recently, my favorite season, etc.) are used to generate ideas, or stories, for the players to figure out. The object of the game is to complete a full circuit of the game board and file your story by the deadline. Designed for children with Asperger Syndrome in mind. For 2-6 players.
What Did You Say? A Game of Non-Verbal Language:
Many children have a hard time reading body language. This game is designed to aid in teaching children to be aware of their body language and the body language of others. It introduces children to several aspects of understanding body language, including two key concepts: 1) Different aspects of body language are associated with different feelings. 2) Different people may have different body language in the same situation. This game contains 50 colorful pictures of children in different postures. Players pick Body Language cards and try to match the posture closest to the feeling being expressed. Correct answers advance the player. Prompts have kids doing fun stunts and acting out situations as they express themselves non-verbally. For 3-6 players.