These social pragmatic cards have been updated recently with improved images and more cards. I found that most of my commercial social pragmatic cards did not include answers. The cards were made so that students could use them in small group activities and have an answer they could discuss. I used them mainly with elementary age students. They would make good draw cards for a game or role playing. Students need to be told that the answer is a possible answer and there may be more than one right answer.
There are 40 cards (prompt card with matching answer card) that can be printed onto cardstock . One card has been left blank for your input. Cards are 2 ½ inches by 4 ½ inches and print out on 10 sheets. The lines are cut horizontally with the middle vertical line left intact. The right answer card can then be folded behind the left prompt card. You may want to glue or laminate them together to make a sturdier card with a front and back. It is also possible to separate them and not have the answer cards attached.
16 of the cards ask “How” questions, 7 cards address conversation skills, 15 cards address self advocacy, and 4 address sarcasm or vague meanings.
These cards are also part of my social skills bundle which includes:
The Size of the Problem, Bad Thing Good Thing Perspective Taking Activity, It’s How You Say It, Unexpected and Expected Behavior Task Cards, and Reply to a Comment Task Cards.