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Kathryn Williams
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Coping Skills Freeze Tag
Coping skills freeze tag is great for people to identify coping skills that they can use and when they can use them. Peers listening to each other's coping skills can also help give new ideas. How To Play: Designate
one
player as 'it' with the other player...

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Origami Easter Eggs
At our facility this year, we are not allowed to use plastic eggs for the Easter egg hunt so we got a  creative and made origami Easter eggs with the patients for group! We will hide these Easter morning and have an Easter egg hunt!!! Materials 5 pieces of ...

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Easter Banners
Materials Butcher Paper Paint  Paint Brushes Cups of water and napkins (to clean paint brushes) Instructions Tell the patients that they are going to make an Easter Banner to decorate their unit. Give them the supplies and have them talk about how they are ...

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Easter Puppet Bunnies
Materials Brown bag for each patient 3 sheets of construction paper for each patient Glue Scissors Instructions Give each patient a brown bag and three pieces of construction paper (I let them choose their colors). Two of the pieces of paper will be used to...

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Easter Bags
This is such a fun and beautiful holiday! I love celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. At my work, we do not celebrate religious holidays though so we focused more on secular celebrating of Easter. We made Easter bags! Equipment...

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Group Juggling
Equipment : one ball for each person in the group Objectives First, ask your group who can demonstrate
juggling (There is usually at least one person who can juggle). Ask, “Who can
juggle the most balls?” Two or three balls are usually the limit. Now have e...

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Group Juggling
Equipment : one ball for each person in the group Objectives First, ask your group who can demonstrate
juggling (There is usually at least one person who can juggle). Ask, “Who can
juggle the most balls?” Two or three balls are usually the limit. Now have e...

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Group Sit
Equipment: a rope tied in a circle How to Play: Put the rope on the ground. Have the participants grab the rope and pick it up to waist level. (You can have the rope tangled and tell them to untangle it at this point if you want to make it more challenging)...
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