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Are you looking to introduce Comic Strip Conversations (originally mentioned by Carol Gray, the creator of Social Stories) to help with social skills, conversations, thoughts, feelings, politeness, friendship skills and expectations? #apr2019slpmusthaveCarol Gray mentioned how this is a great method to help children with Asperger's / High Functioning Autism learn conversational skills.This Comic Strip Conversations introduction starter kit can definitely help you!Most of the follow-up activities
Students with autism struggle with conversation skills. Many children have difficulty coming up with novel questions, staying on topic, and asking reciprocal questions. This resources provides targeted and on topic questions on 48 different specific topics. These cards can be used as daily prompts, in small group settings, or between peers. This set is very useful for down time and for structured breaks! 48 task cards included each with 5 related questions! Question types include applied, concre
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These "Conversation Visual Support Books” provide the visual cues needed for students with Autism to have a conversation about favorite topics. While using these visual supports, students will practice greetings, staying on topic, making choices, taking turns, and looking at the other person. These books can be used for one student having a conversation with an adult or two students with Autism having a conversation with each other. Included: -2 Visual Support books (Initiator and Responder)
Resource to work on conversation skills and topic maintenance with students that struggle with pragmatic skills and who would benefit from structured teaching of conversation skills and ability to stay on topic. Each card includes the following conversation starters: 1. Highly-engaging color photographs, which are also age-appropriate for older students; 2. Red and Green Circles: Visual Cues for topic maintenance (green = on topic, red = off-topic); 3. Question Cues: Theses are visual cues for
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Speech Therapy. Here is a one page (no preparation needed) sheet for "What I did this weekend..." to be used as a conversation starter. A very visual approach with ©Boardmaker symbols. May be useful for children who are minimally verbal, nonverbal, with Autism, with language delays, and selective mutism. Includes these choices on the page: I stayed home. I played outside. I went to the park. I went to the beach. I went swimming. I visited someone. I played with ____. I went shopping. I we
[ I N S T A N T • D I G I T A L • F I L E • D O W N L O A D ] These conversation starters are great! Includes 112 mini flashcards. Simply print and cut! • Flashcard size 3.00 x 2.00 inches ALL ABOUT YOU CARDS ... Help your child improve their ability to ask and answer basic questions about themselves and learn about others. Includes basic and open-ended questions like, “What is your name?” and “Tell me about your friends.” Select the cards and have fun answering important "getting to know yo
[INSTANT•DIGITAL•DOWNLOAD] Mowing underwater? Taking a bath at the car-wash? That's so weird! These wacky cards are a great way to improve language formulation, articulation, questioning, and logical reasoning skills Includes 56 mini flashcards. Just print and cut! [ D E T A I L S ] ------------------------------------------- • Saved in PDF format • 6 pages sized at 8.50 x 11.00 inches • Cards are 3.20 x 2.20 inches • To ensure longevity, I recommend printing on 110lb card stock and heat lamin
This product is a set of 24 conversation starter cards designed for a Preschool, Kindergarten, SDC, or ASD setting. Each card contains visual cues pertaining to the question and cards are large for little hands (although you can print them smaller by adjusting your printer settings). I created these cards as part of one of my Pre-school / SDC Book Companions and thought they would make a great stand-alone freebie for the beginning of the school year to do as an ice-breaker or work on social ski
Visual Conversation Starter Cards for Social Skills Special Education. This resource packs contains 80 Visual Conversation Prompt Cards for Autism Special Education. Suitable for children who are learning to develop their basic conversational skills. Created with fun colourful visual images together with wording, these Conversation Starter prompt cards will encourage children to initiate and continue conversations.Suitable for group work or one to one social skills conversation practice during c
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[INSTANT•DIGITAL•DOWNLOAD] Your brother asks if you like his new haircut. You think he looks awful ... Children can sometimes think in absolutes which can be socially problematic. This set can help your child understand that there are certain situations where telling the complete truth may not be appropriate because it could hurt someones feelings. Includes 9 mini photo flashcards. Just print and cut! I D E A S ... Explain to your child that sometimes we have to tell a small lie to keep from
Use this visual to prompt students on how to start a conversation.
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This quality freebie consists of a PDF file with 96 dinnertime conversation starter cards.I created these cards to go with home programs during Covid 19 distance learning for my speech students. These cards are great for getting interesting family conversations started, while working on social / pragmatic and articulation, fluency, and language skills at the same time. The topics are appropriate from Kindergarten through high school.You can send these cards out to your family as well, to help gu
Social Skills Conversation Starters Cards
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Conversation starters for those who struggle with social pragmatics or for beginning of the year "ice" breakers! Turn the ice-cream cones upside down and make it a game to see who can find the questions with the appropriate response and then have them practice asking questions and thinking of their own answers (matches have same colors at base of cone for those who can't read or struggle). My kiddos love this game and I'm happy to share it with YOU! Happy learning! :)*Could also use conversatio
Are you looking for a unique activity to do with your students who need to work on pragmatic language skills? With this digital resource, students will use their imaginations and practice conversation skills as they have a pretend conversation with Barack Obama.This resource contains both the digital and printable activities. If you are interested in the print only resource, click here.Save 30% by purchasing this resource as part of my Social Communication Digital Learning Bundle!This resource i
These conversation starters task cards are a fun and engaging way to encourage your students to start conversations, different ways to engage in a conversation and to improve their social skills. By having a variety of different prompt cards on hand you are encouraging your students to take part in conversations with others, but also providing them with the help/support that they may need to initiate conversations.This resource contains 104 different prompt cards to help and encourage students t
Knowing where to start when teaching conversation skills to students with Autism can be confusing. It is an important topic and needs to be taught intentionally. This social activity helps students learn the fundamentals of conversation skills by strategically breaking down this complex social skill into manageable step by step instructions, so that you can leave your session feeling confident and productive. ***DIGITAL LEARNING UPDATE*** I have used TpT's digital resource creator to add a digi
Do your students need a way to visualize what 'staying on topic' means? This activity-packed set gives fun step-by-step practice for skills needed to stay on topic and maintain a conversation! Students will experience success and have fun learning as they start with categorizing skills and build to maintaining a conversation for multiple exchanges.Activities and materials include:Naming Items in a Topic Activity.Listening for What Belongs in the Topic Activity.A Co-operative Timed Activity.A Bea
Conversation prompts or ice breakers to use with your middle and high school students with autism, in speech therapy, or the classroom! Great for social skills groups or individual sessions. Target pragmatic language, articulation, fluency, answering questions, sentence formulation, and more. 100 CONVERSATION PROMPTS• There are 5 different category topics that are labeled and color-coded: about me, family & friends, school, social, would you rather.• A blank page is included - create your ow
Do you have students who make rude comments but don't even realize the comment was rude? Increase their ability to use social filtering skills and reduce those rude comments! But this unit could even be appropriate for upper elementary level students and beyond (4th through 12th grades). The real life photos make this unit appropriate for many ages. Would you like to try it before you decide to purchase? Click the link here!Included in this unit:30 full color cards with rude comments30 corresp
Conversation prompts or ice breakers to use with your students with autism, in speech therapy, or the classroom! Great for social skills groups or individual sessions. Use in speech teletherapy!Target pragmatic language, articulation, fluency, answering questions, sentence formulation, and more.This bundle includes the elementary and teen versions!200 CONVERSATION PROMPTS• There are 5 different category topics that are labeled and color-coded: about me, family & friends, school, social, woul
This is a huge compilation of supports to help teach and facilitate conversation initiation and conversation maintenance (through asking questions and making on topic comments).***Purchase this product along with other conversation/social skills supports in one of my bundles. Click on the link to check this bundle out:***BUNDLE: Conversation and social skills supports. Interactive notebook and prompts.In this packet you will find multiple visual cues of conversation topics (with example follow u
Speech Therapy. A visual worksheet for "What I Did On the Weekend" offers the student a visual selection to choose from and check off for things he/she may have done on the weekend! May work well with students with autism, special needs, or with attention deficits, etc. Selection includes: Places, Movies/TV Shows, Restaurant, Video games, Stayed home, Played outside, shopping, I went to ___, visitors, people visited, other. Also, a rating at end of the weekend, with ©Boardmaker symbols for
Conversation prompts or ice breakers to use with your students with autism, in speech therapy, or the classroom! Great for social skills groups or individual sessions. Target pragmatic language, articulation, fluency, answering questions, sentence formulation, and more. 100 CONVERSATION PROMPTS• There are 5 different category topics that are labeled and color-coded: about me, family & friends, school, social, would you rather.• A blank page is included - create your own or have your students

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