Self-Esteem Games for Children by Deborah M. Plummer

By Deborah M. Plummer

During this functional instruction manual, vanity specialist Deborah Plummer bargains a wealth of conventional and easy-to-learn video games conscientiously selected to construct and keep vanity in childrens elderly 5-11. the choice of video games displays the seven key components of fit vanity - self-knowledge, self and others, self-acceptance, self-reliance, self-expression, self-confidence and self-awareness - and comprises possibilities for pondering and dialogue. The e-book combines bodily energetic and passive video games, verbal and non-verbal video games and video games for pairs or teams, which makes them both available for kids with speech/language problems or people with actual disabilities. Deborah Plummer exhibits that the video games should be simply tailored and she or he encourages readers to be artistic in inventing their very own replacement types. this can be an amazing source for academics, mom and dad, carers and all these operating to nurture vanity in young children.

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By Deborah M. Plummer

During this functional instruction manual, vanity specialist Deborah Plummer bargains a wealth of conventional and easy-to-learn video games conscientiously selected to construct and keep vanity in childrens elderly 5-11. the choice of video games displays the seven key components of fit vanity - self-knowledge, self and others, self-acceptance, self-reliance, self-expression, self-confidence and self-awareness - and comprises possibilities for pondering and dialogue. The e-book combines bodily energetic and passive video games, verbal and non-verbal video games and video games for pairs or teams, which makes them both available for kids with speech/language problems or people with actual disabilities. Deborah Plummer exhibits that the video games should be simply tailored and she or he encourages readers to be artistic in inventing their very own replacement types. this can be an amazing source for academics, mom and dad, carers and all these operating to nurture vanity in young children.

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Notes 46 SELF-ESTEEM GAMES FOR CHILDREN Magic threes ‡ ¸ 10 mins € ___ R trust R listening R memory R taking turns R concentration How to play Players have three minutes to walk around the room and introduce themselves to three other people. Each child tells these three people three important facts about themselves. For younger children this could be full name, something I hate and something I like. For older children this could be my greatest achievement, my best birthday and my most treasured possession.

Everyone has to think of a new ‘feature’ that they have in common with the next person to be called. Groups that know each other well enough can connect according to likes/dislikes, hobbies, names, number of brothers or sisters, etc. Everyone walks around the room trying to find someone with whom they have at least three things in common. Reflection Everyone has something in common with someone else. Talk about the variety of similarities. Notes WHO AM I? 57 Emblems ‡ ¸ 45 mins €€ _ R imagination R deduction R self-awareness R self-respect R understanding metaphors How to play Players each draw the shape of a shield on a large piece of paper.

Bicester: Winslow Press. Plummer, D. (2006) The Adventures of the Little Tin Tortoise: A Self-Esteem Story with Activities for Teachers, Parents and Carers. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. R. S. (eds) (1991) Measures of Personality and Social Psychological Attitudes. Vol. 1 in Measures of Social Psychological Attitude Series. London and San Diego: Academic Press. Sher, B. (1998) Self-esteem Games. 300 Fun Activities that Make Children Feel Good about Themselves. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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