Good Luck Bad Luck - Superstition Cards includes:
Instruction guide for using this resource
24 Superstition Cards
Below are a few ways Good Luck Bad Luck can be used:
Individually – One to One – Visitor Packet
During Transition Periods – Car Rides, Office Visits, Before Meals or Next Activity
When to Celebrate:
St. Patrick's Day
Day of the Dead
Just for Fun
Post 1 card on your bulletin board and take a poll of who believes it is Good Luck or Bad Luck.
Store the cards in an index box or hole punch one side and use a binder clip/string to keep the cards together.
Good Luck Bad Luck helps to strengthen and maintain skills for speaking, listening, reminiscing, critical thinking, communication, storytelling, and imagination.
Each card contains large print so that the words are easy to read. Just print on card stock, laminate, and cut to start the fun. You may use a tablet or computer, if printing is not an option to display each card.
Each card allows the participant to express their thoughts and opinions when reminiscing or engaging in meaningful conversations. To play: Mix the cards up and have participants divide the cards into two categories “Good Luck” and “Bad Luck”.
Extend this activity by asking if anyone has ever experienced something on one of the cards and to share their story if so. What happened? How did it make them feel?
Buy it once and use it for a lifetime.