Item #: 308144 | Model #: GB243
Super Duper® What Do You Say...What Do You Do...® In the Community? Social Skills Game Board
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Super Duper® What Do You Say...What Do You Do...® In the Community? Social Skills Game Board

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  • Kids games and toys type: Game board
  • Dimensions: 3 3/8" X1 3/4" situation cards, 18" X18" game board
  • Educational - teaches children important social skills for interacting with their community
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Super Duper® What Do You Say...What Do You Do...® In the Community? Social Skills Game Board
Product Description
Super Duper® What do you say what do you do® In the community? Game of social skills illustrates medical, outside, places to eat, stores, business/government, all around social situations.

Super Duper® What do you say what do you do® In the community? Game includes 390 community cards illustrating 6 categories of social situations. Social skills game with illustrated board has 6 characters along with 6 token strips and a die.

  • Kids games and toys type: Game board
  • Dimensions: 3 3/8" X1 3/4" situation cards, 18" X18" game board
  • Educational - teaches children important social skills for interacting with their community
  • Age group and grade: Age 5 - 14 and up and grade K - 8
  • Author: Nancy Crist and Rose Sheedy
  • No. of players: 2 - 6 players
  • 390 community situation cards, 144 laminated community tokens, 6 community characters and 6 token strips with die
  • Students move around the colorful community game board and answer social-skills questions
  • 6 categories of social situations: Medical, outside, places to eat, stores, business/government, all around
  • Open-ended questions encourage students to problem-solve and are excellent for role-play
  • Is an interactive, open-ended game that builds social and decision-making skills appropriate for a variety of situations
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