AUTISM Social Skills File Folder Activities with real-life pictures help special needs students understand rules of social situations.
This EASY-to-assemble set of 10 Social Behavior Sorting file folder activities is perfect for your social skills or language group, an independent work task, or even as a follow-up to a lesson or reinforcement of a positive behavior. Our kids with Autism may need reminders of what is socially acceptable behavior. This series also touches upon issues of safety in the “What Is Okay To Eat” and “What Is Okay To Drink” sets. Topics covered for “Okay/Not okay” choices include:
What Is Okay To Do In Public
When It’s Okay To Tell
What To Say To A Friend
What Is Okay To Do At School
What Is Okay To Do With My Hands
What Is Okay To Do With My Feet
What Is Okay To Do With My Mouth
What Is Okay To Touch
What Is Okay To Drink
What Is Okay To Eat
Suggested IEP Goal Alignment:
Given pictures and statements related to a social situation or setting and a set of choice cards, STUDENT will choose the correct answer cards, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given pictures and statements related to a social situation or setting and up to six choice cards, STUDENT will tell what is “okay” or “not okay” with the responses or explanations offered, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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