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This Social Skills activity is perfect for students on the spectrum of Autism. It allows students to identify and label different facial expressions of people wearing a mask. This requires the student to focus their attention on the expressions made by the eyes and forehead. Students will compare their answers to the same pictures unmasked. Students on the spectrum have a particularly difficult time identifying people's emotions, especially when faces are covered by a mask. This activity will he
This Social Skills worksheet allows students to identify and label different facial expressions, as well as make the facial expressions themselves. Perfect for students on the spectrum of Autism. Be sure to follow me for new freebies every week!https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Sellers-Im-Following/Add/Bee-Social-Speech
☢ ►Teach your students to identify feelings and emotions using pumpkins. Introduce Jack o' lanterns and tell how they have an image carved into the pumpkin that conveys an emotion. Then go on to two engaging activities to teach feelings vocabulary and match feelings to situations. Your students will love the engaging graphics!The following feeling words are addressed:sad,happy,angry,scared,excited,worried,proud,embarrassed,jealous,tired,frustrated,surprised, andconfused.✬✫ The clip art I've used
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PreK - 3rd
Social-emotional learning begins with children understanding and identifying how they feel and how others feel. These feelings posters and activities help students see how body language and facial expressions are different for different emotions. These are great to have displayed in your classroom, used in SEL lessons, or part of distance learning.PRINTABLES3 Step Lesson PlanActivity 1: Identify feelings, face cues, and body cuesActivity 2: Identify feeling, when they feel it, and draw what they
Keep these handy cards ready to go to target articulation, language, fluency, and more in multiple levels. Perfect to laminate and put on a ring for grab and go use for the busy SLP! This is a money saving GROWING bundle!This bundle includes:Articulation Drill CardsLanguage Drill CardsPhonological Processes Drill CardsApraxia Drill Cards (coming soon)Pragmatic Language Drill Cards Phonological Awareness Drill Cards Fluency Drill CardsGrammar Drill CardsWinter Speech and Language Drill Cards Spri
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Not Grade Specific
This versatile tool can be used for teletherapy or in person speech therapy sessions to progress monitor, screen, assess, or use during intervention of children with difficulties with social language skills. It also includes editable PDF data forms. Save time, energy, and printing!! This tool includes the following targets:Emotions (receptive and expressive)How would you feelHow would they feelFacial expressions (real pictures and "act it out")Tone of voice (real pictures)MannersAppropriate beha
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Help students practice the skills of inferencing and perspective-taking using real, functional photos! These two motivating sets of 55+ cards (113 total) target the following areas:Identify feelings and emotions through facial expressions and body gesturesEvaluate background clues to determine the settingPredict what may happen in the futurePredict what may have happened prior to the photograph being takenUse critical thinking to answer WH questionsProblem solve through various scenariosApply in
This grammar packet is perfect for the upper elementary/ middle school crowd (grades 4-8)! Target a variety of grammar and syntax goals with this low ink packet. Worksheets are designed to be used in small groups, but feel free to modify the instructions and use with individual students as well. Included: (8) Grammar Games Worksheets: targets sentence correction, forming grammatically correct sentences, and unscrambling words to form sentences. Students are challenged to complete these tasks
Reading Facial Expressions and Body Language - BASiCS and Beyond Social NarrativesWhen we think of communicating with others we usually think of speaking and listening. But we also communicate non-verbally (without words) by the way we posture our body, make gestures with our hands and feet and move the muscles in our face to make different facial expressions. This is information that we use to figure out what other people might be feeling and thinking. However, some of our students with social
$175+ value once completed! These handy digital cards are perfect for teletherapy, distance learning, or just to have in face to face sessions to grab-n-go! Target language, articulation, phonological processes, and more all in one comprehensive digital resource! Use these versatile tools in therapy, screening, progress monitoring, informal assessment, five minute speech, and so much more! **SEE PREVIEWS OF EACH RESOURCE. VIDEO PREVIEW SHOWS ARTICULATION RESOURCE ONLY**This bundle includes:Artic
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Are you looking for no print digital activities to support speech/language, pragmatic language, and social emotional skills? This bundle of Boom cards is designed for use during distance learning, teletherapy, in person face to face therapy sessions, or even summer practice at home! This cooperative activity is perfect for students with autism spectrum disorders, social skills groups or pragmatic language groups. A variety of large photos and question prompts will guide your discussions as you t
Looking for handy visuals for ALLL the things? We have you covered! Includes visuals for language, pragmatic language, grammar, articulation, phonological processes, phonological awareness, and grammar. Print and laminate or use the no print version that's included!This tool includes 108 visuals in 2 forms: print version and digital version!Articulationsound level with VPM description and visuals.syllable webs with placement picturesALL sounds included!Phonological Processesminimal pair analogy
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If you struggle with knowing how to teach your students to read facial expressions and body language cues in a concrete way, this product is perfect for you! This bundle combines teaching visuals, student workbook pages, and Venn diagrams to give you everything you need to teach students step by step the basics of identifying the cues associated with a variety of emotions. Best of all, everything is NO PREP so all you have to do is just print and go!!**This bundle contains the following 2 produc
This is a bundle of five resources that can be used in speech therapy for teens to work on a variety of social skills. It contains several different materials and activities to target conversation, including greetings, responding to comments and asking follow-up questions; repairing communication breakdowns; non-verbal communication; social problem solving; and understanding, identifying, and coping with emotions.The following resources are included in this bundle. You can click on each individu
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8th - 12th, Adult Education
► What can I use this product for?This lesson is perfect for life skills teachers, speech therapists, school counselors, or any educator looking to teach the basics of interpreting body language & facial expressions. ► What is included in this product?⭐ 15 slide PowerPoint with facial expression and body language examples⭐ 1 page guided notes⭐ Role play scenarios⭐ 5 additional activities to teach body language skills*Get this in a bundle with the Social Skills Workbook, Social Scenarios Tas
This no prep digital and printable lesson for social skills and speech therapy instruction targets body language, non verbal social cues, facial expression, emotions, perspective taking, thinking about thinking, and understanding social situations using real life photos and links to videos with printable worksheets and a digital PDF.Are you time poor and need no prep social skills lessons and resources? This no prep social skills lesson can be used to help upper elementary and secondary studen
Keep these handy, social language cards ready to go to target a variety of pragmatic language skills. Includes interactive pages, hundreds of scenarios, and real pictures! Perfect to laminate and put on a ring for grab and go use for the busy SLP!Concepts Included:emotions (I.D., how would you feel, how would they feel)facial expressions (real pictures, act it out)tone of voice (real pictures, act it out)appropriate behavior (interactive picture questions, what do you do, who would you talk to a
It's true! Speech therapy really does help you taco 'bout it! Why not let your whole school know? I made this festive bulletin board for the hall outside my co-workers' speech room. You can have it to - with so many parts and pieces (in various sizes to choose from) you can create your own welcoming and CUTE bulletin board featuring our glorious profession and bunch of really cute tacos. Who doesn't love tacos? This 26 page download includes: - The letters needed to spell “SPEECH THERAPY HELPS
A simple, sweet story of friendship and why friends who "stick up" for each other ROCK! A great story for language activities any time of the year! This 35-page book companion (Book by Beth Ferry) is full of activities to address many different speech goals, including sequencing, concepts, story retell, vocabulary, rhyming, articulation and more. **Each month I hold sales and make new freebies to share. All of my brand new products are listed at $1.00 for 1 day. Make sure to *follow me* to st
This deck of BOOM CARDS™ contains 34 cards targeting facial expressions and emotions. It targets understanding and recognizing the specific facial features of various emotions. The first 4 cards provide a brief introduction of the key components that are important in identifying the facial expressions of emotions (eyebrows, eyes, mouth). The next 30 cards name an emotion and ask the student to drag and drop (click and drag) a set of eyebrows, eyes, and a mouth (from a field of 2 choices each) to
Looking for a way to teach nonverbal language? This NO PRINT, interactive resource can help your student match facial expressions to verbal statements with ease!Faces and Statements Boom™ Cards are self-checking and interactive. This resource has 25 self-checking cards that target matching nonverbal to verbal communication through facial expressions. Your student will be given a REAL photo of a person with an obvious facial expression, and 4 verbal statements that may or may not match the nonv
These cards were created to be used for interpreting feelings in a picture. This pack contains 30 full color photos of real people doing relatable things with prompts on the side. I created these cards because I wanted to have more in-depth and meaningful discussions about feelings with my students. These cards have built in prompts to help guide your student to make a personal connection and use inferencing skills. The therapist/teacher can use the cards at their own discretion but here are the
Kids love selfies! Use these 66 crazy selfies to target language skills with your students! See ALL the skills you can target with this fun resource below! These activities were made for speech and language therapy, but they can also be used to address the speaking and listening Common Core Standards! There are so many task cards that this resource won't feel repetitive.TARGET ANY OF THESE LANGUAGE / ELA SKILLS:Describing **Use with or without the EETMaking inferences Interpreting emotions and
Decide who could have said the statement by making inferences based on facial expressions and body language. Pre/teens will be engaged by the fun pop art comic-style pictures! Nonverbal communication and social inference skills are an important part of social interactions. Make sure your students with autism or social skills difficulties are able to use cues from body language and facial expressions with this engaging activity!Use the sound buttons for limited readers and for students who are wo

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