TAOC The Art of Children's Conversation

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TAOC The Art of Children's Conversation

Overview

Turn off the screens and enjoy communication...

The Art of Conversation for Children is the perfect way for children to become great communicators, learn about other people, better understand themselves, all as they enjoy great times and strengthen bonds with family and friends. Everyone wins!

TAOC helps children:
Make friends and be friends.
Speak well and with confidence.
Listen with interest and understanding.
Share ideas and feelings in a safe, non-judgemental setting that facilitates communication.
Learn about living and gain insights from others.
Put their complex and developing ideas into words.
Get to know families and friends, old and new.
Discuss effectively and respect the views of others.
Develop compassion for and interest in others.
Accept that differences need not create conflict.

Perfect for many occasions, the informative 16 page communication booklet provides guidelines and many variations on TAOC, including a solo version. The 104 cards provide 200 conversation topics, carefully created and tested to promote and stimulate communication, plus 4 blank cards for children to personalize.

TAOC is fun for everyone and is also a highly effective therapeutic and educational resource for families, therapists, counselors, teachers, speech pathologists, language teachers, coaches, church leaders and more.

For ages 4 & up.

Product Details

UPC:
9780980345537
Manufacturer:
TAOC
Publication date:
12/17/2008
Age Range:
4 - 5 Years

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TAOC The Art of Children's Conversation 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
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As a counselor I believe this game promotes attachment. If you eat dinner together as a family this game can enrich your cohesiveness.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Actually very good for those with children with conditions such as Asperger's, HF ASD, or just lack of good communication skills. Gives you a place to start a conversation and can lead to other subjects you may not have thought of discussing with your kid. Anyways always good to get them talking and off the screens!
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