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6 edition of The cooperative sports & games book found in the catalog.

The cooperative sports & games book

challenge without competition

by Terry Orlick

  • 248 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Pantheon Books in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Games.,
  • Family recreation.

  • Edition Notes

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    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1201 .O7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 129 p. :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21103129M
    ISBN 100394422155
    LC Control Number77-88771

    Children live what they learn through games and play. Through Cooperative Games and Sports, you can teach children how to play with—rather than against—each other, using field-tested games and activities that are designed to build a child’s self-worth through . Cooperative Sports and Games Book by Terry Orlick, Ph.D. starting at $ Cooperative Sports and Games Book has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Same Low Prices, Bigger Selection, More Fun Shop the All-New !

      Buy Cooperative Games and Sports 2 by Terry Orlick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). Packed with great information on the theory of cooperative games, benefits of playing them, etc. Very interesting read, not just a book that lists out games. Encourages multi-age game playing. Games focus on using an Earth Ball and a heavy canvas parachute, or just bodies/5(4).

    The Second Cooperative Sports & Games Book presentsMoreIn this second volume - twice as big, twice as much fun - Orlick introduces an entirely new round of over active games for indoors and out, and for players of all ages, sizes, and abilities. These easy-to-follow cooperative learning lessons create unity, build conflict resolution skills, and foster a will to work together. This book includes 37 proven lessons and hundreds of activities which foster teambuilding, communication skills, conflict resolution skills, and mutual support. pages. BVSCB • $29 Look What’s Inside!


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The Cooperative Sports & Games Book: Challenge Without Competition: Terry Orlick: Amazon /5(4). The Second Cooperative Sports & Games Book presents both completely original games as well as new ways to recycle such traditionally competitive sports as dodgeball or field hockey into fun-for-all challenges.

There are: Special pointers on teaching cooperative skills to teen-agers and adults4/5(4). Cooperative Sports and Games Book.

The idea behind this book is simple: people should play together, not against each other. To show you how enjoyable (and challenging) that,can be, Terry Orlick has created and collected over one hundred brand-new games based on cooperation, not competition, with the perfect one for every occasion/5(6).

This is the first book this author wrote on the The cooperative sports & games book book. At pages it is half the size and content of his second book "The Second Cooperative Sports and Games book".

The author discusses the benefits of cooperative game playing, including citing scientific studies to support playing them. Cooperative games foster acceptance, involvement, and fun/5(5). A large volume of over pages, there is a lot of background information about cooperative games, why cooperative games are good and why competitive games can be harmful for children.

One key point is that playing cooperative games are fun for all and the outcome is a positive attitude, healthy self-esteem, learning communicating with others and working together as a team/5(3). Children live what they learn through games and play.

Through Cooperative Games and Sports, you can teach children how to play with--rather than against--each other, using field-tested games and activities that are designed to build a child's self-worth through cooperation, acceptance, inclusion, and fun. The premise of cooperative games is that everybody wins and everybody has s: 1.

The second cooperative sports & games book. [Terry Orlick] -- Provides directions for more than two hundred new games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for toddlers, and games for children and adults.

Bibliography: p. The cooperative sports & games book: challenge without competition Item PreviewPages:   Children live what they learn through games and play. Through Cooperative Games and Sports, you can teach children how to play with--rather than against--each other, using field-tested games and activities that are designed to build a child's self-worth through cooperation, acceptance, inclusion, and fun/5.

Book Table of Contents Author Book Children live what they learn through games and play. Through Cooperative Games and Sports, you can teach children how to play with—rather than against—each other, using field-tested games and activities that are designed to build a child's self-worth through cooperation, acceptance, inclusion, and fun.

Provides directions for games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for special-education classes, and games for children and adults.

The Second Cooperative Sports & Games Book. The idea behind this book is simple: people should play together, not against each other. To show you how enjoyable (and challenging) that,can be, Terry Orlick has created and collected over one hundred brand-new games based on cooperation, 3/5(5).

The Second Cooperative Sports & Games Book presents both completely original games as well as new ways to recycle such traditionally competitive sports as dodgeball or field hockey into fun-for-all challenges.

-- A giant bonus of international cooperative games from the Arctic to the South Pacific/5(6). According to the website, Cooperative Sports are: “New ways of ‘playing’ our favorite ball games with a gentle twist, resulting in lots of healthy action and exercise, and a big dose of fun and friendship (like how sand lot games and practice used to/can be).

Competition is eliminated (we really don’t have to compete in order to excel or to have fun), and the games have been modified. A book that could--should--be issued to teachers in September, along with the lined paper and chalk.

Orlick has developed games nobody loses, a delightful variety emphasizing cooperation, acceptance, involvement, and fun. The cooperative sports & games book: challenge without competition. [Terry Orlick] -- Provides directions for more than one hundred new games based on cooperation rather than competition, including indoor and outdoor games, games for special-education classes, and games for children.

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