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Choice-a-Quence

How it works:

Choice-a-Quence is an educational kids game that can be played with a child individually or in a group. Using 20 choice and 20 consequence cards, children match each choice with a variety of possible consequences. Most excitingly played as a game show, the cards can also be used to role play, as a memory game or as story starters. Ultimately, families learn to use these cards to improve behavior, social and language skills in real-life situations.

For a closer look at Choice-a-Quence, check out this video on YouTube.

Why it works:

The game provides specific vocabulary for kids to use in various social situations. It addresses the structure of asking questions and answering in grammatically correct ways. The game also helps children learn that there is often more than one outcome to a social situation, teaching flexibility.


Choice-A-Quence has received a 2013 PAL award!

The reviewers felt that,"Ultimately, families learn to use these cards to improve behavior, social and language skills in real-life situations. Besides having fun, a consequence of playing this game just could be some improved behavior with the words to implement it!" 


Price:

$9.99

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role playing game starter to develop social skills

Choice-a-Quence™ Home Edition teaches the language of social interaction by providing tools to help children practice problem solving in simulated, and eventually real, social situations. Children with autism, learning disabilities, attention deficit, and other learning issues, can learn to be more flexible in social interactions. In addition, Choice-a-Quence™ Home Edition gives them the vocabulary for more successful social interaction.

Important social skills are improved, such as:

  • Saying the person's name to get his or her attention
  • Asking questions
  • Answering questions
  • Tone of voice
  • Volume
  • Looking at the person

games to improve behavior

Choice-a-Quence™ Home Edition teaches children an intrinsic sense of responsibility. This is very different from token or reward systems which provide extrinsic reinforcement and teach children to rely too heavily on the primary adult who oversees the token system.

Choice-a-Quence™ Home Edition does this by providing concrete and specific examples of what the vocabulary of behavior really means. These help children learn over time that their behavior is a choice and with that there are natural consequences. As a parent, over time you also learn to identify the natural consequences in a heated moment. It allows you and other caretakers to be consistent with children.

improve behavior and language skills in real-life situations

Choice-a-Quence™ Home Edition works well because the game is designed with a deep understanding of the building blocks of language, a part of which is pragmatics or social skills. Understanding this changes how you as a parent talk with children and incorporate social skills into daily life.

The game provides specific vocabulary for kids to use in various social situations. It addresses the structure of asking questions and answering in grammatically correct ways. The game also helps children learn that there is often more than one outcome to a social situation, teaching flexibility.