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Bullies, Victims and Bystanders Game

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An excellent game designed to raise a child?s awareness of bullying and how it feels to be bullied. Devised by Fintan...
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Bullies, Victims and Bystanders Game

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336263
An excellent game designed to raise a child?s awareness of bullying and how it feels to be bullied. Devised by Fintan O?Regan, an experienced behaviour specialist, it encourages proactive actions on the part of the bystander who observes the bullying. Every incident card has been weighted based on the severity of the bullying to show children how harmful this behaviour is. Children are encouraged to model positive behaviour on how to overcome bullying. For 2-6 players. Includes: 1 x Game Board, 54 x Playing Cards, 6 x Pawns, 1 x Die. Measures 51 H x 51cm W.
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Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 7yrs+
Pedagogical Focus Communication
Game # Players 2-6 Players
Height 51 cm
Width 51 cm
Includes 1 x Game Board, 54 x Playing Cards, 6 x Pawns, 1 x Die
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