After reading feedback for Box of Chocolates, I've created a version specifically geared for use with tweens and younger (or less forward-minded) teens! Scenarios in THIS version are written to focus primarily on school, family, and friends, with less "when you grow up" focus.
The scenarios are variations on those in Box of Chocolates.
In the film, Forrest Gump, Sally Field’s character says “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re gonna get.” As adults with a mature set of experiences, we know how very true that statement is! Young adults with social skill deficits frequently find themselves uncertain of how to provide appropriate verbal responses and how to problem-solve situations to create mutually beneficial solutions.
The Box of Chocolates Game allows teens and tweens with behavior disorders and/or ASD to practice appropriate verbal responses and mutually-beneficial problem solving for 100 different real-world scenarios they are likely to face in a fun, card-game format. Includes eye-catching color "chocolates" cards and all other materials for game play.
This is just one of the 68 lessons you'll find in my eBook, Enraged to Engaged: A Year of Social Skills Lessons for Adolescents with Behavior Disorders. If you purchase my book, that comes to just $0.43 per lesson.