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In this social skills packet, you will find: - 18 discussion cards → Different scenarios are described on each discussion card. Then, students are asked how they would feel in a given situation. There are multiple possibilities for answers. The cards can be cut apart and placed in a pile for a s
Emotions Task Cards These Emotions Task Cards include 1 complete set of Task Cards with a total of 32 cards included that focus identifying feelings/emotions in a given situation. On each task card, students are given a situation and then asked to identify how they would feel in that situation. A
Emotions Activities This "How Would You Feel" Mini-Bundle focuses on understanding emotions and includes 2 "How Would You Feel?" Adapted Books, and 1 set of "How Would You Feel Task Cards?" In each activity, students are given a scenario and asked to identify the emotion that they would feel that
Emotions Adapted Book This Emotions Adapted Book, "How Would You Feel?" 1, focuses on identifying feelings and emotions in a given situation. This book focuses on the emotions/feelings: happy, sad, angry, excited, frustrated and surprised. In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads the boo
This is a basic worksheet while teaching students about Ruby Bridges. After reading her story, "Through My Eyes," this worksheet may be used to gain a perspective of your students.
Emotions Adapted Book This Emotions Adapted Book, "How Would You Feel?" 2, focuses on identifying feelings and emotions in a given situation. This book focuses on the emotions/feelings: calm, shy, embarrassed, scared, bored, and jealous. In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads the book
Behavior, Empathy and Social Skills Lesson How would you feel? Is a fun, group lesson designed to get children talking about different behaviors and their emotions. Children have 24 cards, with various scenarios to organize under different emotions cards. These emotions cards help to make the le
A great video about thinking before saying things or acting a certain way towards others. Perfect in this time of bullying and will hopefully help students to see how their words and actions can really affect others.
Do you have children who find it difficult to give reasons for feeling happy, sad, proud or scared? Match the situations to their emotional reactions using the pre-written cards. Why not have your students think of their own reasons for feeling this way to step up to a more challenging task. cut
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This is an interactive Boom Deck™ that targets identifying appropriate emotions given a specific scenario. You may opt to do an open ended response to target other possible emotions or pick from the 3 choices provided. Just click on the 'choices' button to see the choices. Then, click on the 'home'
Asking a child “how would you feel?” can help them develop better empathy as well as increasing their emotional vocabulary. In these Emotion Scenarios, kids can try to put themselves in another’s shoes and decide how they think someone would feel in a particular situation. This helps them match the
This packet will help your kids learn more about feelings, and what it means to be nice to others. There are two faces: happy and sad. There are a few examples of things that one might say to another. From these examples, each child will need to determine how these examples would make them feel. The
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This Boom Cards™ deck contains 42 cards. It contains the following:1 Menu Card1 Instructions Card20 Cards for the main answer page (students are asked to type in their responses)20 Cards for the choices (identifying emotions)It uses real pictures for better generalization.Click on the preview to wat
This has teenagers answer some questions to help them relate to Romeo and Juliet; this can reinforce the idea behind Shakespeare revealing the "human condition."
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How Would You Feel Digital Activity (Dot Dauber Theme)Product Description: This is a digital social language activity that addresses identifying feelings. The student will read or listen to a given scenario presented on the card. They will determine how they would feel in a given situation. Three an
This data sheet is for use with Super Duper's How Would You Feel If … Fun Deck (#FD-117). Our data sheets make it easy to track students' progress while using Super Duper products!This Fun Deck is available in the Super Duper Digital Library! Go check it out!
Writing Prompt for Journal Entry - How Would You Feel if You Slept on Twenty Mattresses? This writing prompt has a place for the teacher to circle the skills taught or reached through this writing activity. Also, the student has a checklist at the bottom to make sure they have all of the criteria
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Do your students need to work on understanding feelings and emotions? Are you looking for online, distance learning resources to use with your special education and social skills students? If so, this 'How does that make you feel?; Boom card activity is perfect for you to use.How to UseEach page con
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Over 20 scenarios that challenge student's emotional understanding and social inference abilities! NO PRINT NO PREP option: I like to download to my computer or tablet and display scenarios for discussion. Students decide how they would feel in each situation using picture prompts or provide the
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****This resource is also included in the following discounted bundles:SEL Mega BundleSocial Skills BUNDLEText Message Conversation BUNDLEGROWING MEGA BUNDLEPrint and Digital (PDF and GOOGLE SLIDES)Suitable for Upper Elementary, Middle, and High School40 pages / 40 Text Messaging Worksheets This res
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Engaging upper elementary and high school students in discussions about emotions can be challenging! These real-life social scenarios facilitate discussion and build emotional vocabulary and social communication skills. ►Color photographs ►Over 20 realistic, age-appropriate situations ►Display o
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This resource is also included in the following DISCOUNTED resources:Social Skills Worksheets and ANSWER KEYS PacketSocial Skills BUNDLEGROWING MEGA BUNDLE***CLICK ON THE GREEN "PREVIEW" BUTTON FOR A CLOSER LOOK!!*** This resource is included in the following DISCOUNTED Social Skills Worksheets and
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Greeting students at the beginning of the day is the most important tool to starting the day off right. Use this tool to set your students up for the day. Add your own bitmojiPrint outPlace outside of classroom doorEvery morning students will pick a greeting (hi5, dance, fist bump etc)Start the day
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 includ

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