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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
Do you want to work on problem solving skills with some of your students but find that it is still "too challenging" for them? This download focuses on determining objects needed to complete a task to work on early problem solving skills and answering WH questions. A most to least cueing hierarchy
This no-print BOOM Cards™️ adapted book is perfect for both in person learning and distance learning/teletherapy! This resource includes a 15-page adapted book targeting the carrier phrase "I need". Students are given a brief problem scenario and asked to drag the correct solution to the sentence s
This packet contains the fifth section (lessons 29-35) of my Elementary-level Social Skills Group Curriculum. If you have already purchased the curriculum, do NOT buy this set, you already have it :). These are stand-alone lessons, so you do not need to have the other ones. The lessons in this p
Problem Solving - Book 1This resource includes a 15-page INTERACTIVE BOOK targeting 15 different problem-solving scenarios. This is perfect for both early readers and non-readers - the repetitive nature of the book makes it easy for all to "read"! This book also targets the carrier phrase "I need"
This BOOM deck contains 16 common problems followed by the question"What should you do?" and 4 possible answers. The student is to click on the BEST answer. Students can read cards or teacher or therapist can read card and answers to the student. The deck is randomized except for the first card whic
Problem Solving Book 2This resource includes a 15-page INTERACTIVE BOOK targeting 15 different problem-solving scenarios. This is perfect for both early readers and non-readers - the repetitive nature of the book makes it easy for all to "read"! This book also targets the carrier phrase "I need" -
This BOOM deck "What Should You Do? SET 2" contains 15 common problem solving situations followed by the question "What should you do?" and 4 possible answers. The student is to click on the BEST answer. Students can read cards or teacher or therapist can read card and answers to the student. The
This allows for a variety of picture-based choices for students to use when they are frustrated or have a problem they need to handle.
This packet contains five social scenarios, and then has students answer questions regarding: - what went wrong? - was the reaction appropriate? - how could they have better reacted? - what are they thinking? - what are those around them thinking?
Grades:
5th - 10th
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This interactive communication activity includes:1) Community-Based Problem-Solving Scenes- 10 scenarios with stories and visual support- Students are asked to identify a problem, consider options, and make a decision (an additional activity is to rate the overall seriousness of the problem)- An add
Grades:
6th - 12th

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This is a great problem solving activity. This activity was made with picture symbols (using PECS), for students who require visuals. This can be used for DTT, independent work, or make it into a game. Check out my store (Special Educator)
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Not Grade Specific
Children with autism and other behavioral challenges frequently encounter breakdowns in communication where they are unable to express themselves successfully in order to solve a problem. This product is intended to be taught as a problem solving solution. It is interactive and portable. Easy for pa
9 3x5 cards giving step-by-step cards to solve particular problems in the classroom. These were designed for an Asperger's child in a Montessori classroom and may need to be modified to fit your classroom situation. Contact me if you prefer to purchase in Microsoft Word format for modification. (
Use this teaching tool to help students reflect on behavior. Use page one to draw a picture of the scenario. Use page two to reflect and answer the questions.
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The Autism Spectrum Disorder Problem Solving tool is designed to help individuals identify a problem, judge its size and come up with possible solutions and outcomes. Individual’s with autism often need to learn how to view and solve problems effectively. This tool helps to teach problem solving b
Help students to develop their problem solving skills with these groundhog themed strip puzzles! Could also be used part of an animal or letter G theme! What is included?✏ 2 three piece strip puzzlesHow can I use this resource?❤Place in a jigsaw center❤Perfect for special education and children with
When I began working in the public schools, I quickly realized that there was a great need for social skills groups. Not sure where to begin, I purchased tons of books on the subject. However, most programs out there didn’t meet my needs – the lessons and activities were either too challenging / not
A digital, google slides (google drive and google classroom) and printable social skills packet for distance learning and social emotional learning.This is a product designed to help students with autism and social skills deficits successfully differentiate between different levels of problems, as w
These are a pack of over 100 fun task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The cards are organized into five different sets that target different situations: With friends, with family, in the classroom, at recess
This is a pack of 100 task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The social situation cards are organized into five different sets that target different situations: With friends, with family, in classes, in the ha
Practice social skills and social problem solving with a board game! The game includes over 80 scenario cards focused on real life social situations at school, at home, with friends, and during activities. After reading the cards, kids will act the out the situation, discuss consequences, give three
These size of the problem activities will help your students learn to react appropriately to their problems! Students will learn the difference between small, medium and big problems and how to respond accordingly. These no prep activities are perfect for your individual, small group and classroom c
Speech Therapy “Identifying Feelings/How Does He/She Feel and Why?” activity. This activity focuses on the feelings happy, sad, angry, confused, surprised, excited, proud, and scared with the use of twelve situational pictures, with a short listening selection, a fill-in sentence and feelings visu

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