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Developing Life Skills

August, 2008
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Improve emotional intelligence in 10 key areas with these imaginative discussion cards. These thoroughly tested cards will help children aged 8 to 11 increase their emotional intelligence in 10 key areas:

  • Anger management
  • Communication
  • Problem solving
  • Self-image
  • Awareness
  • Responsibility
  • Stress control
  • Compassion
  • Relating
  • Handling emotion.

Using a game format and designed to be played repeatedly, children will become more confident and cooperative and be able to practise making positive choices. In doing so, they will develop a sense of self-worth, enabling them to cope better with life's challenges.

2-6 players

144 cards, 88 x 144mm

Published reviews: 

"It's fun when you get to be the leader. Everybody shows their ideas."
Oona, age 8

"It is fun. It is good. It is unlike any other games. You all listen and think it."
Lara, age 10

"It's exciting. I want to play that game again."
Edmund, age 8

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Betty Rudd

Betty Rudd is a qualified and practising specialist teacher and chartered counselling psychologist, featured in Who's Who in the World (and has been continuously since 2002) for demonstrating outstanding achievement in her field of endeavour, and contributing significantly to the betterment of contemporary society. She was also a senior lecturer at the University of East London and is now a Doctoral Examiner. Betty is an expert on non-verbal communications, body language and emotional literacy.