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This social language freebie highlights using the acronym B.R.A.I.N.S as a social language teaching method to think about others. Included is a flip book for interview/practice, teaching cards and a poster for your classroom or therapy setting. Perfect for late elementary through older students (
This freebie is part of my larger 501 Social Skills Prompts Bundle. I chose to post this set as a Freebie since it doesn't have pictures and won't infringe on the TOU of my clipart vendor. These open-ended prompts can be used as discussion starters in speech therapy, counseling, social skills group
Work on the social skills of having conversations, asking questions, and staying on topic with these fun, no prep, print & go activities! Can be used with a wide range of ages and abilities! Includes 5 worksheets: Topics of Conversation- Student selects 3 different people from their life and th
Updated for 2020Don't let your students social communication skills slide over the summer break. This handout has speech activities to maintain good social skills for June, July and August. A parent letter is also included.June skills include: tone of voice, eye contact, body language &; feeling
Help your students maser the art of having a conversation with this no prep Deluxe Social Skills Bundle! Low ink, print & go ready! Includes 6 worksheets of varying styles to work on: 1. Making Small Talk 2. Acting Like You Are Interested 3. Making a Good First Impression Two worksheets for e
This is a short social story explaining school rules, such as: standing in a line, walking in the hallway, and sitting at a desk. Social stories are a great way to help kids who do better with a visual example of each rule, to be successful in the classroom and with their friends. I hope you enjoy t
This fun Valentine's Day LIMITED TIME FREEBIE targets expected and unexpected behaviors! Students can hear basic social scenarios related to Valentine's Day and decide which possible solutions go with each scenario. Then, students will need to identify which possible solution is expected and whic
If you're a speech therapist, you've got mixed groups. Here is your answer for tackling social skills and articulation, as well as answering questions, in one interactive activity.What customers are saying:"Thanks for sharing. I love the example of working in groups. This is very difficult for my st
This resource is a sample version of a bundle of 4 DIFFERENT PACKETS OF HOMEWORK to send home with students throughout the year:BUNDLE Articulation, Language, and Social Language Homework for the YearFor each area (articulation, language, and pragmatics/social language), there are 2 pages (August we
Many children with ASD (autism spectrum disorder) benefit from visual supports to help them learn new skills, maintain previously learned skills, and transition to new activities. This First/Then chart is a great visual support for students who may have difficulty staying on task or transitioning.
This 11 page packet includes a 5 page model and a blank template to use when discussing events in the news with social elements. This activity can be used with older elementary through high school students. Expected/Unexpected are terms from Think Social materials by Michelle Garcia Winner. More
This SAMPLER of easy, evidence-based and motivating Exit Slips are designed to help your students internalize valuable lessons learned during speech-language therapy sessions. According to Cross (1998), effective lessons involve activities that allow students to reflect about what they just learned
Included is a 2 page chart. I use the first page to discuss big problem vs. small problem and perspective with my students. When they are ready I then have them create their own scenarios with the second page.
These worksheets accompany the Free Social Skills Video Lessons from Everyday Speech! To watch these 6 free video lessons click on the Youtube link below. Use each worksheet to reinforce and review the skills taught in the videos! The 6 Lessons are: Making Connected Comments Taking a Break to Calm
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
Happy Freebie... Friday? Apologies, it's actually Sunday, but this has been one hectic week!This Freebie Friday contains some fun social scenarios for winter! Following each page is a page containing potential ways to solve each problem. I find this helpful for times when students are stuck and can'
This is a FREE version of an activity geared toward solving social problems. This is a great resource for distance learning, as it can be used as a static flashcard set over video conferencing (teletherapy).This activity shows a picture (thanks SmartySymbols) along with a short paragraph containing
If you're looking for an easy, effective and evidence-based way to reinforce newly-learned concepts, these FREE "spooktacular" Exit Slips for articulation, language and social skills will fit the bill! These Halloween-themed Exit Slips focus on articulation (i.e. multiple speech sounds), language (
Updated for 2017 (paste link into browser) Don't let your students social communication skills slide over the summer break. This handout has speech activities to maintain good social skills for J
★ NEW! AUGUST 2020!Free! Two Social Stories For Helping Students Who Are Struggling With Some Of The Issues Of School-At-Home During Distance Learning Covid-19.Each Story Has SIX Pages Of Story Text Along With Colorful Illustrations! ★ “I Can Have School At Home Sometimes!” Designed to help a st
Learning what to say in social situations can be difficult for students with pragmatic difficulties. Use this organizer with your students to discuss and organize possible response for those tough situations. They can even work on emotions by drawing a picture of how they may look during that parti
FREEBIE! Social Skills Check-In Sheet for Speech Therapy! This download includes a color and black-and-white version of this social skills "My Daily Check-In" form! You can use these to target conversational skills, recall, emotions, asking questions, and responding to questions. I like to use the
You'll feel lucky like the Irish if you download this great St. Patrick's Day- themed social skills packet FREEBIE! In this freebie you will find: 1) Two nice manners worksheets. Students are asked to match the pictures and to name the nice manners. 2) One cut and past shamrock worksheet for st
Social Story- A story that helps a child to understand a situation or event.This is a story I wrote one evening for a six year old girl I was working with.It is very basic and the illustrations are very simple.It helped her to understand that, making up stories about other children could upset the

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