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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
No prep social skills are perfect worksheets for grab and go therapy! Students can describe, define and/or demonstrate the social situations on each page before coloring them. This pragmatic language set targets emotions, behaviors and conversational skills. The perfect no prep materials for MIXED G
Sexual Harassment is an issue, even in elementary school. It is a type of bullying behavior that can have devastating effects on the well-being of a student. This is a READY TO USE (NO PREP) SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LESSON that I have utilized several times to define what sexual harassment really is as we
This READY-TO-USE (no-prep) social-emotional learning lesson is a great way to teach them to PK through 3rd grade about the concept of FAIRNESS, SHARING, and CARING. It includes links to 3 different videos (one of which is a video of the book, It's MINE! by Leo Lionni, being read aloud and links to
I Love My New Toy! by Mo WilliemsThis resource uses the Elephant and Piggie book, I Love My New Toy to teach about problem solving. This is a great story to illustrate how to solve a problem that often gets students in trouble. Piggie has a new toy and is happy to share it with Gerald. As they play
Your students will get lots of indirect language decryption practice with these 10x foldable books! Each book features a situation relatable to elementary students, where the student must identify the true meaning behind an indirect phrase/request. They can then colour in the pictures, cut out th
This READY TO USE (NO PREP) lesson is perfect for teaching how to cope with:Test Anxiety, Stress-related performance issues, The importance of the right amount of SLEEP Its impact on growth, behavior, immune system, heart health, focus & concentration, the ability to learn, and how a lack of sle
This is a 19 slide READY-TO-USE FIELD-TESTED LESSON (no prep) lesson that covers the topic of PERSONAL SPACE using the terminology of having a ‘personal space bubble’. It helps to explain why we have personal space needs as well as explaining responses to the invasion of our personal space. Conce
Miles Got Mad by Ruby StudioThis resource uses the book Miles Got Mad by Ruby Studio which is about a boy named Miles who got mad when his little brother broke his toy. As his anger gets bigger, Miles looks in the mirror and sees a furry red monster staring back at him. Miles is able to see what his
This is one of my favorite lessons that I have created in a long time. I love the message that it carries. It is a READY TO USE (NO PREP) lesson that addresses the ever-important social-emotional learning SEL / character education curriculum concepts of DEVELOPING FRIENDSHIPS, DEALING WITH DIFFICU
Finn Throws a Fit by David ElliotThis resource uses the book, Finn Throws a Fit to teach students about feeling angry. In this book, the main character Finn usually likes peaches but not today. This book describes what a full on tantrum can look like. Young children can often describe what anger is
This is a READY TO USE (NO PREP) lesson that addresses the ever-important social-emotional learning SEL / character education curriculum concepts of BULLYING PREVENTION, BEING AN UPSTANDER, POWER OF OUR WORDS, TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR OUR ACTIONS & INACTION. It includes 26 slides, links to 3
This bundle includes simple low to no prep activities perfect for any middle or high school speech language caseload! These resources are a must have to target speech, language, and social skills in your therapy room. Includes 6 high quality resources packed with targets that can be used again and a
This is a 16 slide READY-TO-USE FIELD-TESTED LESSON (no prep) lesson that covers the topics of the QUALITIES OF FRIENDSHIP & MAKING AND KEEPING FRIENDS. It is based on the book, Making Friends Is An Art by Julia Cook. One of the videos is of the book being read aloud. There is also a workshee
Using this READY TO USE (NO PREP) presentation for your lesson, you can easily help students to improve their anger management, improve their success in school, and help them to improve interpersonal skills. It is also a platform that helps you to explain that good friendship skills include self-co
Do your upper level students need help with social skills? This packet is perfect for secondary students with a variety of social skill goals. This packet targets social language for older students with mini-lessons & printable worksheets tha include the following topics:Body Language
This is a 27-slide READY-TO-USE FIELD-TESTED LESSON (no prep) that covers the topic of TEASING & BULLYING PREVENTION. The lesson is based on the book, Too Much Teasing by Stan and Jan Berenstain. One of the videos is of this book being read aloud. It also includes a video introduction to the l
Your Social Skills class is a wonderful place to teach cultural sensitivity, cultural diversity and speech filters. This is a short lesson that details the difference between an appropriate and inappropriate comment when discussing religions and customs. Each holiday / custom is briefly described
Topic Maintenance and conversation aren’t always targeted in Social Skills groups yet they can be great goals for many Autistic students or students with Social Communication disorders.  The hardest part of conversation is often remaining on topic or turn taking. Many students understand “on topic “
Grades:
6th - 10th, Adult Education
Description This is a large , 44 card fully interactive  deck which details the possessive pronouns (HER, HERS, HIS, THEIR and THEIRS) and where and how to use them in sentences. Slides vary from  (fill in/ multiple choice/open ended) which allow you to assess if this skill is mastered. The last nin
***RECENTLY UPDATED - 2019***Sometimes you just need to be ready in a jiffy with some no prep printables! In this October packet you will find over 90 pages of fall, Halloween, and pumpkin themed activities that you can print and go! These activities work best for kindergartners and first grade stud
Laughing is a good topic to discuss in Social Skills. Do you have a student that laughs at inappropriate times? Do they struggle with why they shouldn't always laugh at something even if it looks or sounds funny.  This Digital Deck will help teach your students one of the hardest lessons; when is it
Grades:
6th - 10th, Adult Education
This is an INCREDIBLY POWERFUL READY TO USE (NO PREP) lesson that addresses the ever-important social-emotional learning SEL / character education curriculum concepts of SCHOOL ACTIVE SHOOTING SAFETY & PREVENTION, REPORTING WHEN YOU ARE AWARE OF A RISK INCLUDING SUICIDE, HARASSMENT, & BULLYI
If you are working on Speech filters for conversation and Social Skills you should address humor. Students on the Autism Spectrum or with Social Communication deficits often mistake insults for humor. This is also an ideal lesson for teaching perspective taking, theory of mind, inference  or point o

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