Can You See It My Way? A Perspective Taking Activity

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The Speech Bubble SLP
Grade Levels
K - 6th
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6 pages
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The students I played this with were really engaged with collecting the various kinds of glasses. It is a great resource that starts conversations.
My students enjoyed discussing in groups how to take the perspective of others in each of these scenarios. They were great conversation starters for our Social Emotional Learning lesson!


We know that students working on social skills can have a difficult time seeing situations from multiple points of view. This activity helps them practice those perspective taking skills. Glasses are used throughout the activity to reinforce the thought of 'seeing a situation through someone else's eyes'.

~What's Included~
This activity comes with 27 different cards, each with a different situation your students may come across in school. The student needs to provide different ways that situation could be viewed.

** How to Play**
As students collect cards they can try to create the patterns for each level. The levels are about the patterns only, not about increasing difficulty of the cards. The first person to create the pattern wins that level. Once a level has been completed, students can continue collecting cards but try to create the pattern for the next level.

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