We Know Better Games

We come in all shapes and sizes, with different abilities, talents and challenges. Our experiences make us unique and allow us to share something different and special with each other. When we can appreciate what we each have to offer and focus on helping each other out and learning from one another, we can start to create stronger friendships and make better choices.

This book was written to help children understand that they can make better choices in regards to their behaviour and attitudes towards their peers. I hope it helps facilitate conversations around inclusion, making friends, bullying, and making better choices in how we interact with others. This book offers additional material to extend the learning possibilities through discussions about choices and responsibilities. The goal of this book is to inspire, guide, and facilitate change through conversations and inner reflection.

By Elaheh Bos
Consulting Psychologist, Stephanie Margolese, P.H.D

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  • Full color illustrations.

  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches, soft cover.

  • Great for classrooms.

  • Simple concepts that can be understood by children 4-8.

  • A great conversation starter to help children understand that they always have a choice in how they interact with their peers.

Free tools for download

Here are some extra resources to help bring these tools into your home or classroom.

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