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The Conflict Resolution Board Game Ages: 6-12.This imaginative game helps children deal with such day-to-day problems as teasing, protecting one's property, and handling arguments, as well as more serious problems like the bully, the drug pusher, the stranger, or the kid with a gun. Players lose turns when they don't respect someone's rights or refuse to mediate a problem, and are moved ahead when they help others solve problems or express their feelings. For 2-6 players. Choking Hazard Warning! This product contains small pieces and is not for children 3 and under.

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Throw it. Catch it. Respond to the panel under your thumb. This Thumball is six inches. Here is a truly unique tool to help groups and teams learn how to resolve conflicts. The Thumball is six inches across and contains a wide variety of prompts and questions. One variation on using the Thumball involves tossing the ball to a participant and asking them to respond to the panel under thumb. Sample Questions:How can you be part of the solution? What behaviors are unproductive? Describe your initial reaction to the conflict. A pump is not required for thumballs.

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Conflict Resolution from the Inside Out Activity Book Grade level: 9-12. This innovative reproducible activity book teaches practical skills for handling conflicts and addresses the many underlying issues that influence how teens approach such situations. Role plays featuring edgy scenarios inspire candid discussions about conflicts teens face every day and help them recognize the power they have to affect the outcome of a conflict. Also featured are thought-provoking writing exercises, cathartic art projects, and many other engaging activities that will teach teens how to effectively and creatively manage the conflicts they face in the real world. Conflict Resolution from the Inside Out can be used successfully with teens and middle school students in a wide range of settings, including schools, clinics, inpatient settings, and after-school programs. 120 page spiral-bound book. Topics include:Understanding ConflictConflict and MeFuel to the FireBe Your Own MasterConstructive CommunicationIt's a Matter of PerspectiveThe Moment of Truth

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PeacetownA Conflict Resolution Gameby Eric Terry, Psy.DEvery day, children encounter conflict—at home, on the playground, in class. Yet most don't have the skills needed to prevent or peacefully resolve disagreements. Peacetown teaches conflict resolution skills and gives youngsters an opportunity to practice using them.Peacetown is really two games in one. Using one side of the gameboard, which shows the exteriors of Peacetown, players learn basic conflict resolution skills: apologizing, compromising, taking turns, sharing, avoiding, ignoring, and getting help. Then, turning the board over, they move inside the buildings of Peacetown, where they learn deeper conflict resolutions skills: listening, respecting differences, communicating feelings, taking responsibility for actions, and attacking the problem rather than the person. On both sides of the gameboard, players must use the skills learned to resolve thought-provoking conflict vignettes presented on game cards. These vignettes—and an engaging, double-sided gameboard populated with diverse children—make Peacetown not only effective, but also fun. For 2 to 6 players.

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