Fun social skills in game form!
I’d like to introduce you to my most popular resource; the easy printable game “Stop Think then Go!” You can use Stop Think then Go! to help your children work on impulse control problems. Help them to identify positive reactions to the problems that they may face in everyday situations. This is a fun way to work with them to show them that they can’t control all situations, but they can control their reaction! You can begin using the phrase “Stop Think then Go!” as an auditory cue as well!
The game comes with an 8.5″ x 11″ full-color game board, as well as instructions, printable game pawns, a paper die, and 30 game cards. Following the instructions within, the players roll the dice, moves the appropriate amount of spaces, and picks up a card as directed, etc…. This game is a deal for 2 to 4 players; of course, cards can be cycled through if more people need to play. You could even consider having a tournament of sorts.
What others are saying-
“This activity is an easy set up and has great props very useful for small group practice or whole class activities using props in real play. Thanks so much!” -Michelle
“Fun game for teaching kids to think before they act-none of us it is exactly what I was looking for.” -Carissa
“Great resource for working with clients who struggle with impulse control.” -Jamie
“Fun cute effective and inexpensive game I would definitely recommend.” -Rustee