Should I? or Shouldn’t I? Teen Game + Expansion Pack Bundle

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  • Ages: 12-18+
  • Format: Game
  • ISBN: B-2079
  • Published: 2021


Save 10% with this bundle of the popular, fun social learning game Should I? or Shouldn’t I? What Would Others Think? Revised Edition for Teens and its add-on Expansion Pack of 300 additional cards. Revised and updated with the all-new Social Interpretation Scale, this game stimulates authentic peer-based discussions on a wide range of teen-friendly and relevant social situations that engage them in thinking and talking about social problem solving for responsible decision making. Shift students’ focus from discussing how someone behaved to instead learning about the power of their own social interpretation within a fun, safe, and consequence-free setting.

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Should I? or Shouldn’t I? What Would Others Think? Revised Edition for Teens
Motivate teens to explore with their peers how we each engage in social interpretations of others’ actions and reactions based on “hidden” group expectations. Use this highly engaging game to stimulate peer-based discussions regarding a wide array of teen-friendly social situations that engage students in social problem solving. With this revised teen edition, teachers, clinicians, parents, caregivers, and other interventionists encourage students to move away from talking about how they feel based on how others behave. Instead, they explore how the power of their own social interpretations might impact their actions and reactions if they find themselves in a similar situation. This fun card game fosters authentic discussions about social problem solving for responsible decision making. Buy the game as part of the bundle, or separately at full price.

Should I? or Shouldn't I? Teen Edition Expansion Pack

High School/Mature Situations: Some situations students face in high school are too advanced or complicated for most kids in middle school. Therefore, we've identified the situation cards intended for high school players with a small black "HS" icon in the lower left corner of each card. All other cards without the "HS" icon are appropriate for both middle and high school age ranges. Some situations involve mature subjects, so these cards have been identified with a small red "M" icon in the lower right corner of each card. This icon will help the supervising adult quickly identify these cards and remove them as needed depending on the maturing level of the players.

Pump up your teens’ fun and social learning with this expansion pack featuring 200 new prompt cards and 100 new challenge cards that extend play with fresh, age-specific social situations and topics—and are useful for play with savvy social learners who have memorized responses to the original cards in the game! This product is an add-on to the original game Should I? Or Shouldn’t I? What Would Others Think? Revised Edition for Teens (ages 12-18). Buy the expansion pack as part of the bundle, or separately at full price.

Looking for something for younger kids? Check out the Should I? or Shouldn’t I? Elementary Game + Expansion Pack Bundle.

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