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Divorce and the Aftermath...


The "D" Word Activity & Idea Book

by Julia Cook (2012, NCYI, 9.95)
        

For use with The "D" Word (9.95) by the same author. Families face many trials when parents are going through a divorce. This activity book offers processing tools and strategies to help children and parents cope with this difficult situation. Grades K-6. [8.5” x 11”...24 pages]


The "D" Word

by Julia Cook (2011, NCYI, 9.95)
        

Otis used to have the "perfect" family. That all changed when his parents told him that they were getting a D…D…D…The "D" Word--he can't even say it. At first Otis blames himself. With the help of his Gram, Otis discovers the reasons why people get divorced. He also learns about the "Three C's of Divorce": I didn't CAUSE it, I can't CONTROL it, so I'm going to have to learn to COPE with it. Color. Grades K-6. [9” x 8”...32 pages]


The Divorce Workbook for Children
: Help for Kids to Overcome Difficult Family Changes and Grow up Happy

by Lisa Schab (2008, New Harbinger, 16.95)
        

Every child whose parents are going through a separation or divorce should have a copy of this workbook. The 40 activities provide sensitively written information and activities on such issues as coping with feelings, staying out of the middle of parental problems, reacting to a parent who begins to date again, and much more. Grades 1-6. [8” x 10”...139 pages]


The Divorce Workbook for Teens
: Activities to Help You Move Beyond the Break Up

by Lisa Schab (2008, New Harbinger, 14.95)
        

Helps teens face the difficult challenges of coping with their parents' divorce while maintaining their own identity. Activities help teens develop self-awareness and communication skills, as well as practical strategies for living in two homes. Understand your feelings; Cope with parental fighting; Be happy despite family changes. Grades 6-12. [8” x 10...200 pages]


My Parents Split Up
: A Card Game About Parental Separation and Divorce

Max & Marcia Nass (2007, Creative Therapy, 19.50)
        

This easy-to-play card game deals with the feelings, anxieties, and concerns of children going through parental separation or divorce. It focuses on many of the problems these children are likely to encounter, allowing them to discuss their feelings in a safe, supportive context. Among the many issues addressed are blame, anger, sadness, fear of abandonment, and hope for parental reconciliation. The playing procedure—similar to that of the popular card game War—is diverting enough to help players relax but simple enough to let them focus on the 52 questions posed on the cards. These questions stimulate discussion, offering opportunities to reassure children that they are still loved and cared for even though their parents are splitting up. For 2 to 4 players; Grades 1-8.


Splitsville

Edited (2009, Franklin Learning, 34.95)
        

Designed for children who are having difficulty adjusting to their parents`divorce, this engaging game lets children deal with problems on their own terms through play. The game is simple enough for parents or other nonprofessionals to play with children. For 2-4 players; Grades 1-6.

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