Teach Resilience, Collaboration, Problem-Solving and Negotiation through Fun Games

Training Learning Skills

Games can teach the basics of focus, cooperation, collaboration, decision-making, and other 21st century skills as well as character education. This lesson is a beginning drama lesson to set up students powerfully for learning. Play these games often at the beginning of the school year and regularly to build essential skills.

Why Play Learning Games?

The following games will help build community and an emotionally “safe” environment with your class. Similar to Tribes games, they help students focus, cooperate and take risks. These learning games are suggestions and others may be found by searching theatre games.


 

Build Essential Skills through Games – Grades K-3

Emotional Intelligence, Negotiation, Problem Solving, Coordinating with Others, Judgement and Decision Making
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Build Essential Skills through Games – Grades 4-6

Emotional Intelligence, Negotiation, Problem Solving, Coordinating with Others, Judgement and Decision Making
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Build Essential Skills through Games – Grades 6-8

Emotional Intelligence, Negotiation, Problem Solving, Coordinating with Others, Judgement and Decision Making
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