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Feelings Jenga: a feeling word on each block. Draw a block and describe a time you've experienced this emotion. Great for children K-6th grade.

Feelings Jenga: a feeling word on each block. Draw a block and describe a time you've experienced this emotion.so many jenga ideas!

Interactive Jenga Game Conversation questions on each block

Do-It-Yourself Danielle: DIY Interactive Jenga Game. Could have different question sets to use so the game stretches across each subject

Because any game can be a therapeutic game when you're a child life specialist. Can't wait to use my newly labelled Jenga blocks with my patients.

"Because any game can be a therapeutic game when you're a child life specialist. Can't wait to use my newly labelled Jenga blocks with my patients. Games open the doors to communication!

I will put this on my back bulletin board

10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart

People Management: Reinforce good student character traits with this 10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart. The eye-catching, colorful chalkboard design is sure to encourage your learners to be the best students they can

Need: head template, watercolors, markers, crayons, etc. Ask child to write down 20 "things" they liked about themselves inside the template. They would write them in different sizes and fonts.  Ar...

Self Esteem Portraits

Self-Esteem Project 20 things you like about yourself inside the head, your classmates write things they like about you around the outside

Feelings Jenga. Write feeling words on Jenga blocks. Play like usual, but with each block pulled have the kids describe a time they felt like that.

Great idea for group/individual sessions! Already have mine made :) Feelings Jenga. Write feeling words on Jenga blocks. Play like usual, but with each block pulled have the kids/client describe a time they felt like that.

Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but...

Group Activities Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but.

Fold these free "fortune tellers" into social skills games for conversation, etc. Nine different varieties.

Free printable "fortune tellers" -- 2 "getting to you", 2 "emotions", 1 "compliments", 1 "teasing choices" -- use with social skills groups or as icebreakers for other groups.

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I’m sitting in my office making “therapeutic jenga” to play with my kids during sessions. Each piece they pull has a question on it! What a brilliant idea! Imagine the possibilities in the classroom :)

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