ADD & ADHD Wellbeing Games Pack
$136.32 ex GST
Impulse control and self-awareness skills are crucial to the development of emotionally healthy children. For children with ADD or ADHD learning these important life tools requires extra attention and commitment. These skills include: thinking before you act, recognising consequences of impulsive behaviour, not acting on impulses, using self-talk to help combat impulsive urges, taking responsibility for your actions and more! To assist therapists and families and help children learn to control their impulses in all kinds of everyday situations we have created the ADD & ADHD Wellbeing Games Pack.
The ADD & ADHD Wellbeing Games Pack includes:
Yes I Can! Have Impulse Control: this game is designed to help participants understand and appreciate various aspects of being impulsive and regulating their impulses. It is a great tool for enhancing self-awareness and learning to understand the impact of one’s behaviour. Each card provides suggestions and prompts for discussion. The instructions include a variety of fun activities and suggestions for using the cards.
Go Fish: Swimming Toward Self Control Card Game: This game helps players take charge of their impulses instead of their impulses taking charge of them. The game utilizes proven techniques for improving self-control, including pausing to think about possible consequence, delaying gratification, self-talk, and problem-solving strategies.
You Can Control Your Impulses Spin and Learn Game book: will help children learn to control their impulses in all kinds of everyday situations. Over 300 questions encourage children to stop and think about their behaviour and the likely outcomes. The spiral bound book comes with a detachable spinner and provides a fun, lively way to help impulsive children learn to think before they act.
Toss and Learn Take Control of Impulse Control: helps players learn important skills and apply them to commonly encountered situations. Skills learned include: thinking before you act, recognising consequences of impulsive behaviour, not acting on impulses, using self-talk to help combat impulsive urges, taking responsibility for your actions and more!