Job Readiness Bundle! Middle/High School/Young Adult is loaded with ways to
help young adults grasp and learn the skills to be the future Boss! They will recognize exactly which behaviors
employers value in their employees, as well as which behaviors make an employee
a likely candidate for the unemployment line. Plus we added some fun fidgets to
keep young minds engaged and attentive. Squeezing a smiling face, watching the
bubble timer, solving the quick cube or running the Fidget ring up and down
your fingers while learning keeps the fun alive!
These are a great
gift for your young adult, and/or favorite friend, therapist or teacher!
This Bundle includes a drawstring
tote that is shown in the picture!! It can be replaced with a Holiday tote of
Santa or a Snowman, just specify in the order notes!
Toss & Learn - Lifeskill Learning Games - Give Everyone
a Fair Shake: Conflict Resolution. Help
players learn important skills and apply them to commonly encountered social
situations. The blue dice have situations, and the yellow dice have either
questions or actions. Players roll a blue die and then roll a yellow die.
Players apply the question or action on the yellow die to the situation on the
blue die. Give Everyone a Fair Share: Conflict Resolution - learn how to
listen, show respect, look for win-win situations, and more
You're the Boss! Revised Edition
The game teaches students how a real business
works, as well as how employees directly contribute to the success or failure
of the business. In the game, players are responsible for
running a department store and are confronted with real decisions under conditions
of business competition. This puts them "in the boss's seat" and
requires them to take the employer’s perspective. In the course of playing the
game, students directly experience the joys and frustrations of running a
business with a range of employees, ranging from excellent to extremely poor.
As the game progresses, profits and sales are affected by the behavior of
employees. Students will recognize exactly which behaviors employers value in
their employees, as well as which behaviors make an employee a likely candidate
for the unemployment line.
This game is a simulation. Although it is a
game, the competition and the feelings of success and disappointment are all
real. Players will experience the same feelings of elation and frustration that
real business people experience.
Grades 8 - adult
Foundation Skills: Thinking Skills, Personal Qualities, Basic Skills
Workplace Competencies: Interpersonal Skills, Information, Systems
1. Learn basic information about how a business functions.
2. Learn some commonly used business terms.
3. Develop insight into how the behavior of workers affects the success or
failure of a business.
4. Develop empathy for the position of the "boss" and understand how
employee actions motivate him/her to discipline or fire employees.
5. By playing the role of the "boss", learn the perspective of the
6. Understand better the "give" as well as the "take" in an
Duncan Color Shift Puzzle Ball
Solve the puzzle by matching all of the colored balls with their corresponding colored rings. Challenge your skills while having loads of fun! There are 12 holes with only 11 filled with a colored ball. One by one, shift each ball around to find their matching hole. Makes a great fidget toy as well
Face Gel Stress Ball has a soothing, but very substantial feel. This very firm
unique gel filled squish can be used as a fidget, distraction aid, creativity
tool or hand strengthener. Increase focus and lessen anxiety with our gel
squish fidget ball.
Rolling Fidget Ring can slide up and
down your finger as it provides gentle tactile input. A discreet fidget that
can be used by teens and adults. Not designed to be pulled and stretched as it
will lose its original shape.
Liquid Motion Bubbler Floating Color Timer Floating multi-color globules tick off the time on this
5.5" high x 2" wide x 1" thick,
clear plastic filled with colored liquid. Timer empties in approximately 45
seconds to one minute.
**Substitutions allowed of equal value, when stock has been discontined**