Cards and puzzle game
Do you think it is important to educate children from early childhood in healthy ways of bonding with each other and with adults?
Are you interested in working on the prevention of mistreatment, violence and abuse?
Do you not know where to begin to address the issue of violence?
Do you lack pedagogical resources to work on the topic?
If any of these questions (or all of them) identify you, I would like to introduce you to Invisible, a game to denaturalize mistreatment and help prevent abuse in early childhood.
AREAS THAT ADRESSES
WHY A BOARD GAME ON THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE?
All kinds of violence, mistreatment and abuse are difficult to identify. We have become accustomed to certain ways of bonding and unwittingly continue to reproduce them in educational environments
This game aims to help you approach this delicate subject in a different, closer and much more meaningful way. Because playing is the best way to learn
WHO IS IT FOR?
This version is for children between 4 and 7 years of age. It is a game designed with those situations of abuse that can be experienced at that age and with information adapted to the age to prevent abuse at this stage.
WHAT WILL THIS GAME ALLOW YOU TO DO?
To help boys and girls between 4 and 7 years old to:
👉Learn to say no when they don’t like something.
👉Learn to use words as a way to bond with peers.
👉Know that no one can/should touch their genitals without their consent.
👉Learn that they should not have secrets that make them uncomfortable and in particular with adults or older people.
👉Understand that they can ask for help and have a trusted adult if they feel uncomfortable with another adult.
👉Know that hitting, swatting, hair pulling, yelling and name-calling are not okay, that they are not good ways to bond.
👉Be constituted as subjects of rights, that is to say, with their own voice and thoughts.
HOW TO PLAY:
It has 4 different game proposals…but like all the publisher’s games you can create many more!
One option is cooperative and with the whole group. Another proposal is for small groups and is by competition.