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Social Highs Or Social Lows? Game Secondary (Game)

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This fun game allows young people to uncover their perceptions, choices and the importance of having sound social skills. Some 'social high' squares will allow players to move up the arrows while other 'social low' situations result in them moving down. Other squares will require them to answer questions about a range of situations related to their own and others' social skills such as: Friendship issues, Working in a group, Good and bad communication, Co-operation, Acting and thinking independently.

Category: Special Needs/Disabilities
Subcategory: Professional/Educator/Parent
Series: Life Skills/Social Skills
Author: Susie Davis


ISBN: 9780863887871
| Weight: 0.3
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