Co-operative Games

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Children and Peacemaking
Acker, Ruth et al
A guide for parents and teachers interested in cultivating a peacemaking approach in children. Provides references to resources for children, parents and teachers to help develop a constructive attitu...
For the Fun of It! Selected Cooperative Games for children and Adults
Harrison, Marta
Activities that groups of adults, kids, or a mixture can use to develop cooperation and to have fun.
Friendship First
Friendship First
"The Chinese have an attitude toward sport that can best be described as 'friendship first, competition second.'" This manual is an attempt to show children and the adults that work/play with them tha...
Let's Play Together: Co-operative Games for All Ages
Masheder, Mildred
A collection of over 300 games and sports which put co-operation before competition.
The New Games Book
Fluegelman, Andrew (Editor)
A collection of noncompetitive, "play hard" games from the New Games Foundation. Emphasis is on fun and cooperation. Highly recommended.