Social Concept and Affective Development Cards

Author: Hegeman, Dr. Kathryn T.

Subjects: Teacher Resources; Guidance; Emotional Needs

Order code: 0328

Price: $40.00
Website price: $25.00

Social Concept and Affective Development Cards Cover

This is a set of 48 cards. Each card presents a concept or situation that is important to the development of young children ages 6-9. On the front of the card is a picture of a concept or social situation; this is the side that the children see. On the back of the card is material for parents that includes a discussion starter and questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy.

The topics on the cards include achievement/pride in accomplishments, alone after school, anger, being alone and loneliness, being scared, communicating with adults, cooperation, curiosity, death/dying, developing good health habits, electricity—safety and use, excitement/danger, families, family recreation, fear of the dark, feeling guilty, feeling sad, feeling shy, fighting, fire safety, food, forgetting/losing things, friendship, giving and receiving gifts, good manners, holidays, imagine/daydream/pretend, kindness, love, moving, orderliness/neatness, personal milestones, pet ownership, physical disabilities, pollution/our actions affect the environment, reading, rules, safety, sickness, self-concept, sibling rivalry, sleep/dream, stealing/cheating, toys, and visiting the doctor or dentist.

This is a set of 48 cards. Each card presents a concept or situation that is important to the development of young children in grades 1-4. On the front of the card is a picture of a concept or social situation; this is the side that the children see. On the back of the card is material for teachers that includes a discussion starter and questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy.

The topics on the cards include achievement/pride in accomplishments, alone after school, anger, being alone and loneliness, being scared, communicating with adults, cooperation, curiosity, death/dying, developing good health habits, electricity—safety and use, excitement/danger, families, family recreation, fear of the dark, feeling guilty, feeling sad, feeling shy, fighting, fire safety, food, forgetting/losing things, friendship, giving and receiving gifts, good manners, holidays, imagine/daydream/pretend, kindness, love, moving, orderliness/neatness, personal milestones, pet ownership, physical disabilities, pollution/our actions affect the environment, reading, rules, safety, sickness, self-concept, sibling rivalry, sleep/dream, stealing/cheating, toys, and visiting the doctor or dentist.

Social Concept and Affective Development Cards Cover

Share this book

You are viewing Home-based Switch to school-based