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Are you looking for social skills problem-solving materials that are right for your older special needs students? This NO PREP, Print & GO product may be just what you need to engage your students and address multiple language goals: idioms, problem-solving, explaining and summarizing, making so
Body language and nonverbal communication are areas where my middle and high school students with social skill deficits continue to struggle. Finding age-appropriate resources and activities was difficult, so I created this resource! These NO PREP materials will help your older students systematic
It can be a challenge to find age-appropriate materials for older speech students, which is why I created this social skills Google Slides activity specifically for students in upper elementary and older! NO PREP REQUIRED! Your speech and language students will love using this resource to work on
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This very simple READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning lesson is perfect for teaching the strength that is gained through tolerance, diversity, respect, and appreciating the differences between us to young children. It also covers the concept of EXCLUSION which is a very common form of b
This unit will help your older students learn the critical skills of perspective taking and empathy. Working on social skills is extremely important to help students be successful both in and outside of school. This resource is especially helpful if you are working with students with autism, languag
Zach Apologizes by William MulcahyThis resource uses the book Zach Apologizes to teach students about how to apologize when they make a mistake. In the book, Zach shoves his little brother to the floor and knows he did something wrong. Even so, it’s hard to apologize. Like any seven-year-old, Zach t
Based on the book, "The Rainbow Fish" by Marcus Pfister, this READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning lesson is perfect for your primary students to learn about how to be a good friend, sharing, friendship skills, and setting priorities in life. Included is an embedded video, QR code, and
Using this READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning lesson, you can easily help students to identify relational bullying behaviors of mean teasing and calling names. It also helps students to tell the difference between “good” teasing and “mean” teasing. It includes a link to a video of t
Puppy Mind by Andrew Jordan NanceThis book is about a boy who discovers that his mind is like a puppy. He learns that his mind can wander and needs to be watched carefully so it does not get in trouble. He learns how to train his mind so that he can focus on the present. This book incorporates both
This lesson is a static PDF and is a NO PRINT resource. Do you have difficulty finding meaningful lessons that target critical thinking skills in older students? This lesson is perfect for you! This lesson was written to empower students to think critically and practice responsibility when using onl
Don’t Push the Button by Bill Cotter This book uses the student’s curiosity to engage them with the lead character, Larry. There is just one rule the students need to follow, don’t push the button. Larry struggles to follow the rule and encourages the students to push the button when no one is looki
Steps and Stones – Calming Down Strong Feelings - PreK-2 No Prep Lesson & ActivitiesSteps and Stones: An Ahn’s Anger Story by Gail SilverThis resource uses the book Steps and Stones: An Ahn’s Anger Story to teach about how to calm down strong feelings. When Anh’s friends don’t want to play with
Using this READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning lesson, you can easily help students to identify the special things about themselves and understand the importance of valuing the diversity that we have in our world. By appreciating the differences between us, tolerance of these differenc
Should I Share My Ice Cream? by Mo WilliemsThis resource uses the Elephant and Piggie book, Should I Share My Ice Cream to teach about sharing. Learning to share can be a hard thing for most children. This book uses the fun characters, Elephant and Piggie to teach how important sharing is. It also h
Bear Feels Sick by Karma WilsonThis resource used the book Bear Feels Sick to teach students about how to care about and help people. This colorful book tells the story of a Bear who gets sick. He has a cold and is too sick to play. When he begins to feel down and alone, his friends come and do acts
Glad Monster, Sad Monster by Ed Emberly and Anne MirandaThis resource uses the book Glad Monster, Sad Monster to teach children feeling vocabulary and how to distinguish feelings in others. The colorful monsters act out different emotions to life’s everyday events. The book also comes with masks of
Can I Play Too? by Mo WilliemsThis resource uses the Elephant and Piggie book, Can I Play Too to teach about problem solving. This is a great story to help children learn how to problem solve when playing with others. In this book, Elephant and Piggie are playing catch when a friend, Snake, asks if
It’s Hard to Be Five: Learning How to Work My Control Panel by Jamie Lee Curtis & Laura CornellThis book uses playful illustrations to teach about self-control. The boy in the book is learning that getting older means learning not to hit, using manners, waiting turns, and sitting still. This les
My Magic Breath by Nick Ortner and Alison TaylorNumerous studies show that with regular practice, mindfulness helps to improve attention spans, regulate emotions, improve self-compassion, and reduce anxiety. One of the first mindfulness practices that child can learn is mindful breathing. Behavior S
A Big Guy Took My Ball by Mo WilliemsThis resource uses the Elephant and Piggie book, A Big Guy Took My Ball to teach about problem solving. In this book Piggie is upset when a big guy takes her ball. Gerald doesn’t think that is right and tries to get the ball back until he sees how big the guy is.
This COOPERATION, FRIENDSHIP, SOCIAL SKILL READY TO USE lesson includes 17 slides and links to 3 videos one of which is a video of the story, Swimmy, being read aloud. I love the book, “Swimmy” by Leo Lionni, don’t you?? Videos are short, fun, and drive the message of cooperation and friendship.
My Blue Is Happy by Jessica YoungThis resource uses the book, My Blue is Happy to teach students about how feelings can be the same or different from others. This book follows one girl’s journey through her neighborhood as she explores what colors mean to different people. Is red angry, like a drago
This printable and editable PDF is a companion for the book The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt to work on the concepts of growth mindset, grit, and perseverance. This companion provides social-emotional learning and social skills lessons tied to classroom read-aloud. Students will connect
What Could I Say? Conversation Skills worksheets for older students with autism and special needs, to reflect on what would be appropriate to say in real life scenarios. 10 No Prep worksheets- just print & go! You might also like: Life Skills "What Should I Do?" worksheets Emotions & Feel

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