Counseling games are a great way to build rapport with children while working on their self-esteem and social skills!
This game gets kids talking quickly by asking them about their favorite things in life!
60 unique question prompts cover a wide variety of topics, allowing you to gain a broader “picture” of your student(s).
Students focus on what they enjoy and the good things in their lives. Taking time to think about the good things in our life is especially important when we feel less than confident.
When someone attributes an “enjoyment value” to something in their life, whether is be an activity, object, or person, a positive association is also carried over to that person.
60 Unique Prompt Cards
Directions and Overview
ASCA Behaviors and Mindsets
⇒Demonstrate self-discipline and self-control.
⇒Use effective oral communication and listening skills.
⇒Create positive and supportive relationships with other students.
⇒Use effective collaboration and cooperation skills.
⇒Demonstrate social maturity and behaviors appropriate to the situation and environment.