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"Second star to the right and straight on 'til morning.”
- J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan
I Am Playing and Loving...
Q & A
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO PLAY PEACEMAKERS?
Playing with PeaceMakers takes 5 to 15 minutes per day.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN PLAY?
PeaceMakers is ideal for families, classrooms, and groups from 2 to 25+ individuals.
HOW DO YOU PLAY?
Many families and classrooms make PeaceMakers a part of their daily ritual, setting at a special time to play the game each day. Seven ways to play are included in each box, along with a 5" x 7" chart summarizing the game's seven themes and the qualities each theme explores.
FOR WHAT AGE?
Children ages 3 to 9 are PeaceMakers' biggest fans, but our community has been playing PeaceMakers in diverse settings, from couples reading the affirming messages to their unborn children to adults using the cards to connect to seniors/aging parents! Apparently, the desire to connect playfully is a universal one.
PeaceMakers help children explore their thoughts and emotions in daily, playful ways, building emotional intelligence in as little as five minutes a day.
This oversized deck of colorful, affirming messages comes with
42 cards and seven ways to play.
PeaceMakers explore the following seven themes represented by our peace-making pals Bear, Fox, Lion, Hummingbird, Dolphin, Owl, and Elephant.
WILL THIS IMPROVE MY CHILD'S BEHAVIOR?
The research says yes. Helping children strengthen their social-emotional skills helps them improve their focus, self control, self expression, empathy, resilience, listening, cooperation and more. How? PeaceMakers will help you affirm and encourage the behaviors and life-skills you want to see in your kids in regular, predictable and playful ways, applying the latest in brain research on how children actually learn.