Little Box of Big Questions 1
€33.33 ex. VAT
Children/young people need time, space and kindness to speak openly about the things most important to them and listening can help facilitators understand better the root of children's thinking and behaviour, and can give an insight into how to support them more effectively to reach their potential. Use these cards to provide prompts for meaningful, stimulating and positive conversations about the ‘bigger picture’ in life. Help children and young people understand their views about life, school and people important to them; enlightening for both facilitator and child/young person themselves.
Empower children • Stimulate open, interesting and meaningful conversations • Encourage self-insight • Understand goals to help children achieve them • Bring out talents and passions • Touch on deeper motivations • Reveal aspects of personality that will astonish and amaze • Search for meaning in life • Self understanding • Stimulate thought and reflection
There are four areas for discussion:
•Identity – allows the child to consider what is special about them as individuals & includes: How would you describe the person you are?
•Important people – children are encouraged to consider who is important to them through questions such as: Who is special to you?
•Meaning & Purpose – questions covering our mission and purpose in life, for example: Do you think that people’s lives are set out for them?
•Thinking & Planning – the final set of questions allows individuals to think about how they reflect and make big decisions, for instance: How do you calm your mind, relax and think best?Have you ever experienced a big change in your life?
Contents: 17 A5-size cards, includes instruction booklet with ideas for use.
Age: 3 years +
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