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Nonverbal communication can be tricky to teach. Most of us have learned these skills effortlessly, which makes breaking them down into easy to understand lessons quite tricky. This resource discusses the seven main areas of nonverbal communication (facial expressions, body language, gestures, touch,
Many of us have developed our social language abilities without much thought, which can make breaking down these complicated skills into easy to understand steps quite challenging. The activities in this bundle use a methodical approach to teach and evaluate common areas of social language deficits,
Teach writing and communication skills in a fun, relatable way! Socialgrams allow for students to express their thoughts on a topic using a familiar social media format, with a picture, short caption, hashtags and classmates can even add comments!Supports are provided for non-writers and tracers so
Have you ever struggled to create pragmatic language activities for a speech therapy, social skills, or Autism group? Many of us have developed our social communication abilities without much thought, which can make breaking down these complicated skills into easy to understand steps, challenging. W
Students are provided with varying snacks and desserts and can either independently or as a group, determine which of two snacks/desserts they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, discuss varying opportunities for leisure time, determine similarit
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Not Grade Specific
Students love to talk about about Social Media, why not give them a change to engage in this topic in the target language? The activities below are part of the Tech & Social Media Bundle. The activities are wide-ranging and include comprehensibly written text on pros and cons of using phones and
"What on Earth Did You Say?" This out-of-this-world social skills (pragmatics) packet includes communication skills task cards, which can be used for a sorting activity (i.e., at a station) or game activity. Skills targeted include: using language appropriately, adapting to conversational partners
Speech Therapy. “I like, you like, we like” conversation activity with TOY & FUN STUFF Theme! I developed this for students with autism for their conversation goals. Here’s an opportunity for students to find what interests, in regard to toys/fun things, they have in common. After you’ve esta
Bundle Up & $AVE on Boundary Setting Resources!All Lessons are NO Prep, Ready to Copy in Black/White.INCLUDES 3 SELF-GUIDED COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES:Setting Personal Boundaries: Student Activity Guide with 6 ExercisesSetting Personal Boundaries is Packed with Ideas & Fun Lessons.Six (6) Supe
Students are provided with varying food choices and can either independently or as a group, determine which of the two food items they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, determine similarities between students, discuss varying food groups and i
This set of daily SEL activities will help students learn about communication. Over five days, students will learn about communication styles, I-messages, and when to share. All materials are provided with print and digital options.How to UseThe activities are broken into 5 days to cover communicati
Students are provided with varying scenarios/items and can either independently or as a group, determine which of two spring themed items/activities they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, discuss varying opportunities for leisure time, determin
Grades:
K - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Empathy Recognition Training is designed to create empathy awareness across all platforms and environments. It is SIMPLE, EASY, QUICK, and FUN without taking precious time away from classroom curricula -or work place projects. A short introductory quickly incorporates the program into your daily pla
Speech Rocks ~ March Madness Week 4 ~ FREEBIE This is one of my favorite activities to do with children that have social deficits. It addresses so many areas of social language and is a very nice way to bring all the skills together. It really gets them thinking! All you need to do is find the p
This go to guide for social communication groups divides teaching into 14 categories of skill and offers practical hands on activities within each skill. Most activities can be done with basic materials from your classroom or office.
Students are provided with varying leisure skills/activities and can either independently or as a group, determine which of two leisure skills/activities they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, discuss varying opportunities for leisure time, det
Students are provided with varying leisure skills/activities and can either independently or as a group, determine which of two St. Patrick's Day themed items/activities they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, discuss varying opportunities for l
5 social emotional learning activities! PowerPoint, student printables and google Doc. Perfect for distance learning! Teach students assertive communication, and how to turn insecurity and embarrassment into confidence and assertiveness - through nonfiction reading and writing activities.Use as five
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Students are provided with varying leisure skills/activities and can either independently or as a group, determine which of two Easter/spring themed items/activities they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, discuss varying opportunities for leisu
Grades:
K - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Students are provided with varying food choices and can either independently or as a group, determine which of the two food items they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, determine similarities between students, discuss varying food groups and i
Students are provided with varying food choices and can either independently or as a group, determine which of the two food items they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, determine similarities between students, discuss varying food groups and i
Students are provided with varying food choices and can either independently or as a group, determine which of the two food items they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, determine similarities between students, discuss varying food groups and i
Students are provided with varying food choices and can either independently or as a group, determine which of the two food items they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, determine similarities between students, discuss varying food groups and i
Students are provided with varying food choices and can either independently or as a group, determine which of the two food items they prefer. This is a great activity to encourage communication and socialization with peers, determine similarities between students, discuss varying food groups and i

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