Games & Activities to Keep You Sane Your Whole Visit Home - Tic Tac Toe, Hangman, Dots and Boxes, and More
Author: Holiday Journals
Going home for Christmas? Is your family slightly eclectic or dysfunctional? Want to prevent boredom? Then you'll want to take a copy of this Christmas Family Games and Activities Fun Book. It's cheaper than therapy! Here is an activity book full of amusing games and flash fiction writing pages to keep you occupied and help prevent boredom while traveling on bus, train, in the car home for the holidays or while you are waiting for the Christmas dinner to be served. Designed like a children's activity book, Christmas Family Games and Activities Fun Book includes: -10 each of the following paper brain games with simple instruction for each: Dots & Boxes Tic-Tac-Toe Gomoku Piplelayer Sim Hangman Connect Four 3D Tic-Tac-Toe -15 Flash Fiction Writing pages Makes a great choice when you're looking for: Gifts for Christmas Lovers Gifts for all your friends and family with a sense of humor Gifts for Puzzle Lovers Gifts for Paper Game Lovers Gifts for Shorty Story or Flash Fiction Writers And also makes the perfect: Gift for Dysfunctional Family Members Secret Santa Gift We have lots of great trackers and journals, so be sure to check out our other listings by clicking on "Holiday Journals" link just below the title of this journal.
This collection will help you teach music basics whether you have a music degree or no formal music training. Students will practice their listening skills, identify musical notation and terms, recognize instruments, and more! Reinforce lessons from other subjects with cross-curricular elements, or adapt the activities to include new material. Mix and match whole-class, group, and individual activities to give your students a variety of ways to learn music basics.
How can you encourage people to be motivated? How can you create that sense of yearning to achieve or reach a goal? How can you energise and inspire group members? The exercises and activities in this resource will help you to motivate your team or the group with which you are working. The activities are organised in sections from which you can choose to meet particular group needs. These include: Ice breakers and warm ups; Trust building; Building self-esteem; Inspiring creativity; Aligning values; Creating an inspiring environment; Becoming solution focused; Perception; Resilience; Team building; Visualising and setting goals; Energy boosters; Overcoming anxiety and fear; Managing stress; Stopping procrastination; and; Using competition. Whether your group is small or large you will find something for any setting. Many of the activities can also be used on a one-to-one basis in supervision, with clients or students. The activities are interactive and fun. Trainers, youth leaders, counsellors, group leaders, team managers, teachers, care workers and probation officers will find the resource one in which they constantly dip for inspiration. Robin Dynes is the Social Inclusion Officer for Skills & Learning in his local authority. His main role has been to develop an innovative outreach curriculum that is accessible and meets the needs of people with disabilities, older people and others who are vulnerable. The aim is to ensure that people with disabilities have equal opportunity and an active and fulfilling role within the community.
A Sourcebook of Ideas for Young Children Including Those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Learning Differences
Author: Lisa A. Kurtz
Pubpsher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This practical sourcebook is packed full of fun, low-cost games and activities that encourage the development of motor skills, coordination and sensory tolerance in young children. Using materials that are readily-available in most households or that can be purchased or homemade at a very low cost, these games and activities are appropriate for all children, including those with autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and other learning challenges. The book includes clear descriptions of how to carry out each activity, helpful illustrations, and ways to adapt activities according to the child's individual needs. In addition, a comprehensive reference guide to the activities enables easy searching for games suited to the development of particular skills. This sourcebook is the key to easy-to-understand, low-cost, and effective games and activities that will support the development of sensorimotor skills. It is a useful tool for parents, carers, therapists, and teachers of children with or without special needs.