Children are faced with problems everyday. How a student behaves when the problem occurs will either: do nothing, make the problem worse or solve the problem.
This fun game allows students to learn the difference between passive, aggressive and assertive behavior. Using blocks and a custom made die, students take turns trying to roll assertive to get rid of their blocks. If they roll aggressive, they get another block, showing how anger makes a problem worse. If they roll passive, nothing changes.
The rules are easy to follow. Your students will have fun and learn along the way!
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