Over 25,000 copies sold — promote optimal well-being and social justice through 170+ games and activities for all ages
At this critical point of human evolution, we want our children to have the ability to resolve conflict, communicate positively, build social skills, and increase self-esteem so that they may actualize their potential and live in well-being.
The highly sought-after 3rd edition of the best-selling, Parent Choice Award-winning book Everyone Wins: Cooperative Games and Activities for All Ages features over 170 well-designed cooperative games and activities. Developmentally appropriate and indexed according to age level, group size, activity level, and location, Everyone Wins offers great value through evaluating interpersonal dynamics, teaching social justice, and assessing development capacities.
By popular request, new features include:
• Information on development and learning in children and youth
• New and updated games and activities
• An overview of Natural Learning Relationships for whole-child development
Everyone Wins is an easy to use, quick reference guide for everyone who cares for and about children, education, and the actualization of social well-being in a diverse range of environments.
About the Authors:
Josette Luvmour, PhD, is a developmental consultant, educator, author, and public speaker, specializing in the fields of human development, adult transformational learning, sustainable family relationships, and how adult and child grow together. The author of six previous books, including the Mom's Choice Award-winning Grow Together, and co-host of the podcast series, Meetings with Remarkable Educators, she lives, works, and plays in Portland, Oregon.
Geoffrey (Ba) Luvmour, MA, is an educator, public speaker, author, seminar leader, and consultant, who has worked in just about every phase of life with children and families. Ba has co-founded three schools and a holistic learning center for families and children, is the author of six previous books, and is co-host of the podcast series, Meetings with Remarkable Educators. He lives, works, and plays in Portland, Oregon.