Thursday, July 11, 2013

Conversation Jenga

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  1. I use Jenga to discuss feelings. I have a number of feeling words written on the blocks. I have left a few blank, these are wild cards so the player can come up with their own feeling word. You talk about the feeling by talking about a time you felt that way. I use both "good", positive feelings and strong, "bad", feelings. Sometimes we talk about how to lower the strong feelings and how to have more positive feelings. This is a great ice-breaker game with kids who don't talk easily, or who don't understand feelings (you can incorporate feces that go along with the feelings). Love the flexibility of Jenga games.

  2. Anne,

    Thank you for the great feedback and therapy share! What a great idea! I think I'll be making an emotion Jenga! I agree, love the Jenga games.