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This is a collection of engaging, activities for fluency therapy! Low-prep, and lots of fun! This product is positive and supportive to students struggling with fluency disorders. It helps teach fluency strategies and provides many opportunities for practice with a positive and reassuring attitude.
Works great for telepractice and teletherapy!Finally...all my No Print Packs for one great price! Perfect for your iPad or computer! These No Print Packs are full of activities that you can begin right away on any computer or iPad. As a speech therapist, I know how valuable our time is (and how long
Emotional self-regulation involves a whole bunch of different skills, like recognizing our own and others’ feeling states, responding proportionately to problems and frustrations, understanding how our behaviors impact others, and keeping or regaining control in the face of strong feelings. Whew!Wh
Do your students struggle understanding the body language and facial expressions of others? This no prep unit will help them understand the perspective of others by using real photos to convey difficult emotions. This unit features people of different cultures in real life scenarios using full col
REAL LIFE pictures showing children's emotions, sorting feelings activity (sad, happy, mad, scared, silly, bored). This Autism Sorting Board EMOTIONS activity comes complete with 24 Emotions Sorting Cards, two Sorting Boards (to be attached or used individually), 24 Emotions Flashcards, and two St
This deck was designed to help students learn how to change negative thoughts into positive ones. It’s helpful for students who struggle with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, or other mental health issues. The download includes 2 separate decks – a version for older students and a version for
Do you have students who will throw a major temper tantrum after losing a game? Or students who have a massive The-World-Is-Going-To-End-And-We're-All-Going-To-Die fit after not getting their way? If so, read on. I have quite a few kids on my Speech therapy and social skills caseload who really str
These calming strategy cards were created to help children manage their own anger. Simply look through the cards with your child, asking them to choose the strategies they’d like to try. Hole punch the corners and put them together on a ring, or put the cards up on a board where your child can see t
Works great for telepractice and teletherapy!Perfect for your iPad or computer! This no print Social Language unit is packed full of activities that you can begin right away on any computer or iPad. As a speech therapist, I know how valuable your time is (and how long it takes to prepare materials!)
Use these cards to work on pragmatic language skills! *The game Cranium Cariboo is not required to enjoy this download, but the cards are sized to fit into the game board slots* This download includes the following: (1) Cards for identifying appropriate vs. inappropriate social behaviors (24 ca
This pack contains 501 Social Skills-themed open-ended discussion prompts to use as discussion starters in speech therapy, counseling, social skills group, ABA therapy, and similar settings. These prompts come in both a flash card and a list format. I took many of the activities directly from my We
Calming strategies printable cards for O-ring books! Includes 32 calming strategies in half sheet and quarter sheet form and color and black/white. Count down from 10 Hug a pillow Breathe out deeply Chew gum Drink water Exercise Push on a wall Do a puzzle Squeeze a stress ball Listen to music Wri
This resource will help students understand, recognize, and challenge their negative thinking or negative talk. Everyone struggles with cognitive distortions from time to time. Many of the students we see for counseling struggle with negative thinking patterns every day. They don’t recognize their n
Social skills for problem solving in speech therapy is a resource I use to help my students solve social problems. Great for group social skills work, this can be printed in a book form using page protectors and Vis a Vis pens or just downloaded on your computer as a Powerpoint and discussed! Real
These six power cards have strategies children can use to combat anxiety just like "Worry Ninjas." Several of the cards reinforce concepts from Dawn Huebner's book, "What to Do When You Worry Too Much: A Kid's Guide to Anxiety."*UPDATE* I have added a "junior" set of the same cards where I've simpl
Get the conversation going with these goofy questions including: If you could give your principal a makeover, what would he/she look like afterward? If you were a jellybean, what flavor would you be? Why? and of course: Who is the coolest speech therapist? (I had to add that one in to make my
Help your students learn how to understand and interpret nonverbal communication with these 70 photo cards and 70 answer cards. Students will learn how to identify the meaning of nonverbal signs, identify how others feel, and understand what others are thinking by reading nonverbal communication si
This train-themed activity was designed to help students learn how to have reciprocal conversations. It’s especially helpful for students with Autism, Cognitive Impairments, or other social difficulties. It contains 16 different conversations with 6 exchanges each, plus blank cards so you can create
83 unique cards to sort! This product targets social behaviors and is great for social language or counseling groups focusing on perspective taking, expected behaviors, kindness, and manners. Included in Download: 83 social situation cards (in color) 2 sorting mats (in color) - one for COLD and
Are you looking for a way to teach your students to identify and describe emotions and their body language cues? This go-to resource will make it easy and fun with engaging pictures and simple wording! Flash cards are included and can easily be used with any open-ended game.***This item is now avail
Do you have students who are easily overwhelmed by their feelings? Who can’t think of more than one solution to a problem, or who have the same kind of huge upset reaction whether they have a paper cut or a death in the family?Emotional regulation is the most important life skill we teach. Many chi
**updated 4/4/20**In order to help teachers facilitate distance learning, this file has been updated to include digital copies of this resource. If you have already purchased, please go to your purchases and download the updated file.Here is a resource of 40 social skills tasks cards. These task c
The Feelings Card's resource includes 24 feelings task cards with definitions and examples, along with a few worksheets and 4 feelings posters (anger, sad, fear, happy) for references. Identify feelings and sensations in the body. Describe when one would experience the specific feeling. Note beh
Conflict Resolution Bundle! This bundle of conflict resolution resources includes trading cards, word wall pictures and a game to help you teach conflict resolution, problem solving, or bullying. The resources and activities in this bundle are especially helpful for ELL students learning new confl

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