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Should I or Shouldn't I?
Elementary Game

      $ 35.95

What Would Others Think? The Elementary Edition of the first popular Should I or Shouldn't I? game encourages players 8-11 to think about their own behavior choices and then compare how their perceptions match (or don't) those of the other players. The game makes thinking and talking about behavior fun, and allows players to explore their own thoughts, perspectives, and choices within a safe and consequence free environment. Game play offers abundant opportunities to practice Social Thinking concepts, perspective taking, and problem solving skills, and discuss how our individual behavior choices affect those around us.

Category: Social Thinking
Series: Autism/Asperger
Author: Baudry, Dominique

Publication Date: 01-01-2014
ISBN: 9780970132000

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