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The maze game. Great teambuilding activity. For social thinking could use with power of eyes: person in front use eye gaze to direct. Players use eyes to pay attention and follow. repined by www.thedabblingspeechie.com

M&Ms Feelings Games- I've made two versions of the M&M Game, the first one focuses on general feelings and the second focuses on feeling Angry and calming down. You can either print a game board for the group to share or print mini boards so each person has their own. I laminated mine so we can use them again without getting them ruined. Each person will need a fun size bag of M&M's or an assortment of 10 or so M&M's.

M&Ms Feelings Games- I've made two versions of the M&M Game, the first one focuses on general feelings and the second focuses on feeling Angry and calming down. You can either print a game board for the group to share or print mini boards so each person has their own. I laminated mine so we can use them again without getting them ruined. Each person will need a fun size bag of M&M's or an assortment of 10 or so M&M's.

Conversation starters/ice breakers with Jenga *This could also be used (blocks numbered) with questions that respond to your monthly theme. Not literally answers (too much pressure) but pondering questions (Why do you suppose . . . HOw do you think we can . . . What are some ideas that might . . . )