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This fast-paced therapeutic card game helps children ages 6-12: Control their anger in the moment; Practice 12 effective anger management techniques; Understand what anger feels and looks like; Avoid anger-provoking situations; Express and understand their feelings; Identify anger cues; Learn that they have choices about how to express anger. Mad Dragon plays like the popular game UNO. Players race to get rid of their cards while learning anger control skills. Fun and effective, this game includes 100 high-quality 3" x 4 1/2" cards, instructions, and tips for taming anger. For 2 to 8 players.
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My kids love love love this game. Wonderful anger tools & self awareness of their anger as well. It's played like bingo with questions in the cards. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bunny
Helpful in my practice. The questions are a little long for some of the younger, or less focused ones.Published 14 days ago by Angie Coleman
Therapist intern here. Use it with clients and my 6 and 7 year old at home. Similar to UNO card game to my kids love it.Published 15 days ago by mayra
Like Uno. Kids like it. Game gets extremely long if you read every card, so some sort of modification is needed when using during counseling sessions.Published 29 days ago by Tiffany Pargo
Super easy familiar format. I bought it for therapy clients but bothe my 12yo and 8yo just played 4 hands. Cards are super quality and bigger for little hands. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katryna Twilbeck
Can't wait to use it with my counseling students. They love games!Published 2 months ago by Lourdes Silva
Very good therapy game. Also, because it's played like Uno, I play it with my 7 year old granddaughter, who thinks it's interesting.Published 2 months ago by MaxiReader