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Think It or Say It Social Filter Digital Activity for School Counseling
This think it or say it activity gives students the opportunity to sort statements and practice identifying thoughts they should filter and thoughts that are okay to say to others! Use a PowerPoint presentation or Google (TM) Slides presentation to introduce the concept of this important social skil
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Think it or say it? 472 task cards. How my words affect others. Autism.
Do you work with students who always say what’s on their minds? Do you have students that speak first and then think later? Do you have a student who constantly says inappropriate and unexpected things? If so, then this packet is just for you. Many students, including those diagnosed with an Autism
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Self-Control Counseling Game- Think it or Say it
Self-control is an essential social skill that some students need help to develop. Part of the social skill of self-control is the ability to filter one’s thoughts. The Think It or Say It game was created to assist students in learning what thoughts should be kept inside their head (think it thought
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Think It or Say It Social Filter Activity
Work on using our SOCIAL BRAIN FILTERS by reading some thoughts and deciding if we should say it or think it. The students can show you their repsonses by holding up the "THINK IT" thought bubble or the "SAY IT" mouth. Supplies needed: - 2 jumbo craft sticks - Hot glue - Access to laminator - Sci
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Trick or Treat: Think it or Say it?
Many children have a difficult time filtering their thoughts; they will blurt out a comment without taking into consideration how it might make someone else feel. This activity will help children recognize which thoughts should be kept in their head vs. thoughts that are okay to say out loud. Childr
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Bubble Thoughts Lesson: Think it! or Say it!
Do your students need help filtering what they say? And keeping unexpected thoughts in his/her head? Then you have found the perfect resource. Materials Included: Think it! Say it! Board (1 page) 30 Bubble Thoughts Cards (12 pages) Editable Bubble Thought Cards (2 pages) Content Objective: Given
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Guidance Lessons on "Think It or Say It" BUNDLE, Grades K-6
Guidance Lesson on Thinking Before You Speak, Bundled for Grades K-6. These lessons focus on teaching kids to think about what they say before they speak it. There are 3 lessons that can be used, one for each group: K-1, 2-3, and 4-6. Additional Resources from School Counselor World: NEVER creat
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Think or Say? - A lesson in filtering language
Some students have difficulty filtering their thoughts or using appropriate social language, and need some extra help deciding what should stay in their head, and what is ok to say. This activity is meant to help teach those students how to communicate in more socially appropriate ways, and will be
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Think It or Say It?
A collection of think it or say it (social thinking) examples to be used with students 7-10 years old.
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Think It or Say It Premium Printable Lesson
This printable lesson packet teaches the concept of Think or Say It- discriminating between thoughts that should be kept in their head or thoughts that can be said out loud. If thoughts will cause uncomfortable or hurt feelings, they fall in the “think” category. When thoughts are positive or helpfu
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"Think It or Say It" PowerPoint Activity
This Gib's Garden PowerPoint distinguishes good attitudes from bad attitudes. Use this with a small group, or have students click through the activity independently. The first four statements--audio included!-- must be sorted into either the good attitude pile (smiley face) or the bad attitude pile
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Social Filter: Professor Cranium teaches social skills
Meet Professor Cranium! He's here to teach you social skills and this week he's focusing on Social Filters! This packet features multi-modal instruction for Social Filters including an instruction booklet, 3 different practice activities, voting cards, bracelets, desk visuals, homework, awards, and
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Perspective Taking MEGA BUNDLE {Activities For K-5th Grade}
PERSPECTIVE TAKING is a very important and complex social skill for children to learn. This bundle includes 6 sets of fun and engaging activities to teach and practice a wide variety of perspective taking skills. Good perspective taking can be challenging for some children. Explicit teaching can hel
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Feelings: What I Think, Say, and Can Do Reflection Journal
It’s easy to blame a feeling for poor behavior. Often bad choices in words and/or actions are attributed to a negative feeling. For example: “I yelled because I was mad.” or “I didn’t do my work because I was confused.” This puts the blame on the feeling instead of taking personal responsibility.
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Social Thinking: What Are They Thinking / What Are They Saying?
30 full color pictures ready to use as a PDF no-print, no-prep activity! Students first decide which options, from a multiple choice menu, make sense, and discuss why these choices are appropriate or inappropriate. Next students generate their own statement, thinking about what people might be thi
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Character Thinks Says Does Chart
Analyzing a character and what he or she THINKS, SAYS, and DOES is so important to helping students understand that character, and ultimately the story they are reading. This graphic organizer allows students to do just that. Then students are able to infer what they learned about the character.
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Mini Social Skills Lesson - Think It, Say It, Do It
This is a simple one-page lesson for small groups working on self-regulation strategies. Special Education teachers, counselors, speech pathologists, instructional assistants or other staff can use this lesson to help the student work through their responses to problems. Which things are we allowed
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Think, Says, Does
This reading response sheet is excellent for character studies. Students must identify what the character thinks, says, and does. This task forces readers to read deeper and helps them to comprehend the story.
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Thinks, Says, Does
This worksheet supports younger students in character study. This can be used as a reading response sheet to support comprehension. Students must identify what the character thinks, says, and does.
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I Am Responsible for Everything I Think, Do, Say, and Feel Poster
I Am Responsible for Everything I Think, Do, Say, and Feel. Attach this poster to the door to remind students that they are responsible for themselves. KAITIE'S CREATIONS
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Think It - Say It - Draw It - Write It - Read It - Share It
This writing template is GREAT for helping young authors put their amazing thoughts on paper. This organizer serves as a guide for modeling each writing genre as well. Students enjoy using this tool as they learn how to write narrative, informational, and opinion pieces. This organizer is research-b
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Practicing Self Control
Teach your students about self control with this NO-PREP resource! These activities will help your students learn what self control is and strategies to use it, such as thinking before they act and considering consequences. The worksheets can be used in a variety of settings including individual, sm
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SOCIAL STORY SKILL BUILDER   My Thought Bubble Thoughts {For 3rd-5th Grade}
SOCIAL STORIES are a great way to teach important skills to children who are struggling to understand a particular social concept such as keeping certain thoughts in your THOUGHT BUBBLE. Social stories use clear, concise language to break down information into small, explicit steps that help childr
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6 Session Self Control Group {NO PREP!}
This self control small group plan will help your students learn what self control is and how to use impulse control strategies such as controlling your words, body and feelings. This resource includes 6 NO PREP sessions that include a detailed lesson plan with objectives, discussion points and acti
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