I’ve rounded up interactive games to work on social skills with all ages! These games cover various types of pragmatics – emotions, perspective taking, self-esteem, anger management, empathy, manners, friendship, and morals!
The games are listed in order of suggested age use.
Q’s RACE TO THE TOP – $24.99
This is a board game designed for ages 3-10 designed specifically for working on social skills. There are 3 types of cards you answer – one is a conversation starter/answering questions about oneself, another is to help the monkey in a social situation, and the last gets the child up and moving! There is an on-the-go version for you traveling therapists.
MY FEELINGS GAME – $29.95
A board game including 280 scenarios to help kids express and understand emotions. This game is best for beginning stages of understanding feelings and initiating conversations about how to cope with emotions. Ages 4 and up.
SOCIAL SKILLS CHIPPER CHAT – $69.95
If you’re an SLP, you may be familiar with Super Duper and their Chipper Chat products! This set includes 12 boards with cards that you fill with magnetic chips. This game covers a wide range of social skills and includes stories for 2 levels. Ages 4-11.
SOCIAL SKILLS BOARD GAMES – $27.65
Contains 6 board games each focused on a different social skill: morals, manners, empathy, friendship, showing emotions, and managing emotions. There are no right or wrong answers, making it perfect for group discussion! Ages 6-10.
MAD DRAGON: AN ANGER CONTROL CARD GAME – $19.95
A must have game if you are working on anger control. The game is designed to practice effective anger management techniques. It allows opportunities to discuss what anger feels like and how to cope and express emotions appropriately. Ages 6-12.
TOTIKA SELF-ESTEEM GAME – $25.95
This game is played like Jenga. When it is your turn, you take a block out of the tower and answer a card of the corresponding color. The questions revolve around self-esteem, social skills, and life skills. Ages 8 and up.
MIXED EMOTIONS: AN ACTIVITY FOR COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY – $24.95
This game is appropriate for children, teens, and adults! The cards present a person in a situation, allowing for perspective taking and empathy. The game goes beyond the basic emotions and dives into more complex situations and feelings. All ages.
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