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Snoots Toots: A Kid's Game of Empathy and Manners

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This awesome therapeutic board game from Dr. Poppy Moon''s Imagucation Creation Workshop! Kids ages 6-12 will role-play their way through a variety of situations requiring manners and empathy skills. Whether they are acting out a behavior showing proper conduct telling about a situation or imagining a feeling kids will be learning skills that are critical to social and emotional development. Simple setup and easy instructions make Snoots Toots! A Kids Game of Empathy and Manners the perfect game for individual small group and classroom guidance!

Category: Life Skills/Social Skills
Subcategory: Professional/Educator
Author: Moon, Dr. Poppy


ISBN: 9781598500691
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