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Game to develop self esteem in children

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Anonymous

Hey all,
I am working on a game to develop self esteem in children.I have basically categorised areas such as friends,family,myself & tight corners.The categories consists of situations for which the child has to give an answer.Situations that the child faces in day to day life.
The problem I am facing is,there is no right n wrong answer,basic idea is to help the child to communicate his/her feelings.So how do u think I should go about a game strategy for this kind of game.
Another problem is would the child get bored with the situations during repeated play?How could I tackle the problem.

Anonymous
Game to develop self esteem in children

I just wanna say real quick that schools are trying to raise self esteem so much that its hurting children's basic social skills... But that may mean a school system would be willing to buy that type of game.

Anyway, out of political mode.

You could make it so you only cover a portion of the questions each time you play if it uses cards drawn for the questions. Or you could have several paths you could take on the board that lead to different types of questions. The crossroads on the board could be related to crossroads in life.

Anonymous
Game to develop self esteem in children

Hi Iraski,
Thanks a ton.I basically am working on a circular game board in relation to the circle of life.The game basically deals with questions that would kind of briing an interaction between children,n help them break their inhibitions n speak out their thoughts.

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