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This is a READY TO USE (NO PREP) lesson that addresses the ever-important social-emotional learning SEL / character education curriculum concepts of KINDNESS, EMPATHY, CARING, AND MAKING THE WORLD BETTER THROUGH OUR KIND CHOICES. It includes 22 slides, links to 3 videos (ONE of which is the book b
Your Social Skills class is a wonderful place to teach Cultural Sensitivity, Student 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 th
Teach your students what a friend is. Do your students have a hard time telling the difference between a friend, a classmate and an acquaintance. Do they see everyone who is friendly as a friend? Do they misinterpret a smile as a sign of friendship? I was shocked to see how many of my students felt
This is a 14 slide READY-TO-USE FIELD-TESTED LESSON (no prep) that covers the topic of PERSONAL SPACE using the terminology of having a ‘bunny bubble’. It is intended for theprimary level, but it would work well in special education areas, too. Concepts covered include:· THE IMPORTANCE OF PERSONAL
Students who struggle with social skills or conversation often have difficulty with facts and opinions.  In General I try to have my students avoid Opinions as much as possible. This is especially evident during conversation during which time they may appear opinionated and rude. Teach your students
Grades:
7th - 11th, Adult Education
Turn taking is a great topic for a Social Skills group. I like to teach paraphrasing as a means to develop topic maintenance and conversation skills. Do you have students that are awkward in conversation. Do they have trouble going back and forth in a conversation? It could be because they are not i
Grades:
6th - 11th, Adult Education
DESCRIPTION:A great lesson for a Social Skills group is teaching the speech filter. This skill is generally hard for many students on the Autism Spectrum or students with Social Communication Disorders.  These students often struggle with the truth. Some students feel they need to be truthful even i
Grades:
7th - 11th, Adult Education
A very common topic to discuss in Social Skills is the Speech Filter. Students with Autism or Social Communication disorder often struggle with what is appropriate and what is not appropriate to say. This deck will help your students see the difference between what to SAY and what to THINK.Your stud
This is a 19 slide READY-TO-USE LESSON (no prep) PowerPoint presentation lesson that covers the topic of respect. I have included links to 7 videos to support the information you are presenting. There are also four different ideas for activities that you can utilize and a template to do one is in
I created this READY-TO-USE LESSON (no prep) lesson to help PRIMARY LEVEL students to understand not only WHY it is important to develop these skills society expects, but also to help them to understand exactly what is expected of our culture. Good eating manners and other expected manners are incl
Practice making sentences with infinitive verbs (eg. I like to teach) , while also working on social language skills like identifying acceptable behavior, and how it impacts characters' feelings, in this story / game. Grades K -2, but can be used for older students as well. No prep, and easy to use
A simple lesson to teach in Social Skills is the use of Nicknames. My students struggle with nicknames. Sometimes they give a peer a nickname that is inappropriate. Other times they "Accept" a nickname that is inappropriate. This is a quick, free,  lesson I've used and refer to from time to time. B
Use this journal to teach SEL skills throughout the whole year! Skills targeted include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships, and decision-making. Every day contains one prompt, so there are five prompts per week for a period of 35 weeks. This allows for 175 daily prompts
Use these morning meeting cards to teach social emotional learning skills on a daily basis for the entire year! This set is now printable AND digital-friendly! You can choose whether to print the cards and go over topics in person, or share your screen to host a virtual morning meeting for distance
Use these morning meeting cards to teach social emotional learning skills on a daily basis for the entire year to elementary kids! These 175 morning meeting cards (and over 1000 digital slides in Google Slides) highlight SEL skills for self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships
Use these emotions task boxes to practice social emotional learning skills in a hands-on and interactive way! Skills targeted include matching, labeling, identifying, explaining, and inferring emotions. A total of 12 task boxes are included, each with 12 cards. These would be an ideal way for educat
Self-advocacy for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students can cover so many topics, so I made it easy by making one page lessons to cover all the necessities!These lessons are no prep one page lessons. Simply print and bring to your sessions to cover many different self-advocacy topics. I keep mine in a p
Use these morning meeting cards to teach social emotional learning skills on a daily basis. These 35 daily morning meeting cards (and 200+ digital slides) highlight SEL skills for self-awareness, including positive traits, understanding strengths, growth mindset, responsibility, understanding emotio
This READY TO USE (NO PREP) social-emotional learning lesson based on the book, Each Kindness, covers the concepts of Kindness, Empathy, Compassion, Kind Acts Ripple Out into the World, Friendship, & Social Skills. It also addresses RELATIONAL/EMOTIONAL BULLYING. It includes 3 videos, one of w
Includes 63 pages! This unit uses popular children's books to teach social emotional skills. This program can easily be incorporated into times you may already have in your schedule like morning meeting, read aloud time, book buddy time, etc. This program can also be used by specialists or in small
Teach Groundhog Day Vocabulary with this no prep packet. Packed full of great activities for elementary aged students. Perfect for elementary social studies lessons, ELA/vocabulary lessons, or to incorporate into speech therapy sessions. Can be used by anyone! You may learn something new too! Now in
Use these morning meeting cards to teach social emotional learning skills on a daily basis. These 35 daily morning meeting cards (and 200+ digital slides) highlight SEL skills for self-management, including staying organized, planning, homework strategies, taking initiate, self-control, being resp
Articulation Logic Problems are perfect for a fresh new activity, especially for older students that are bored with the same old articulation activities. Students will use logic to solve the puzzles and practice their speech sounds while doing so in these sound-loaded brain teasers.Each sound has 6
Use these morning meeting cards to teach social emotional learning skills on a daily basis. These 35 daily morning meeting cards (and 200+ digital slides) highlight SEL skills for social awareness, including expected behaviors, small talk, good manners, working with others, active listening, good s

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