The Counselor's Activity Books Series
- Recommended for ages 5-12
- These five fun-filled activity books give children the skills they need to deal with bullies, control their own anger, get along with others, deal with their emotions, and make difficult situations easier
- Stories, activities, puzzles, and games make learning fun for children
- Includes: The Coping Skills Workbook, The Don't Be Difficult Workbook, The You & Me Workbook, No More Bullies! Workbook, and The Anger Solution Workbook
Ages: 5-12. These five fun-filled activity books give children the skills they need to deal with bullies, control their own anger, get along with others, deal with their emotions, and make difficult situations easier. Stories, activities, puzzles, and games make learning fun for children. Workbooks are 80-108 pages.
Series includes one each of the following workbooks:
Ages: 7-12. By Lisa M. Schab, L.C.S.W. and illustrated by Andy Myer. Teaches kids nine essential skills to help deal with real-life crisis. This workbook is designed to give children the basic tools they need for emotional self-care. Activities and scenarios challenge children to learn nine coping skills, including: becoming adept at labeling feelings, deciding what they need, listing things they can and can't change, and suggesting ways to make things better.
Ages: 6-12. By Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D. & Hennie M. Shore. A workbook to help children consider the consequences of both positive and negative choices. Should you take the right road to solving a conflict or the hard road which will ultimately make your life more difficult? That is the question that this workbook asks children to ponder, as they learn about six kids who are faced with a variety of common problems.
Ages: 7-12. By Lisa M. Schab, LCSW. A book that teaches social skills and social awareness. This workbook is designed to help children learn and practice the basic social skills needed to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Children learn many practical methods of coping and thriving in social situations, methods that will benefit them throughout their lives. Each section of the book teaches children specific behavioral skills using activities, puzzles, and games.
Ages: 5-12. By Marcia Shoshana Nass. Based on the No More Bullies! game, this workbook teaches kids how to handle tough guys. Sam is afraid to go to school because he is afraid of Henry, the bully who has been picking on him lately. Sam is even having nightmares about being picked on. What is Sam to do? Hidden in the activity book are many important tips on how to deal with bullies like Henry. This workbook can help instill confidence and courage in kids who are bullied and help guide them to a peaceful resolution of their problem. Become bully smart with this fun activity book, which includes puzzles, mazes, and word searches, plus lots of tips for standing up to bullies!
Ages: 7-12. By Lisa M. Schab, L.C.S.W. This workbook helps children learn how to work out their problems, lower their level of anger, and build confidence in their ability to manage their anger safely. It is packed with fun-filled activities that engage even the most resistant child.