This Party Planning packet has been developed for middle and high school students. Students will develop plans for a party including menus, venues, and activities. This is great to use in small groups to work on communication between peers, social skills, negotiations, and compromise.
Have your students design their own party using the party planning packet. Packet includes party checklist, party plan worksheet, menu worksheet, shopping list worksheet, and venue sketch. Target problem solving, language, and social skills during this planning.
After planning the party, have your students design an invitation. Four pages are included that give students support about the type of invitations commonly used including: text messaging, Facebook events, evites and paper invitations. There are specific directions that include how to use each of these event types. A page for determining which invitation type is appropriate supports discussion about formality. 12 flashcards are included for students to read the situation and determine which type of invite would be best. These are great for discussion.
12 safety cards are included. Students decide if the card demonstrates something safe or dangerous. These topics focus on sharing location and personal information on social media or as part of an invitation.
A vocabulary matching worksheet is included. If your students need more practice, use these words on flashcards.
24 hypothetical social situations are included that relate to parties and etiquette.
3 hypothetical perspective taking activities are included. Students will read each profile and develop a party appropriate for the situation and details provided.
This packet is 22 pages in length. Please email me with any questions before you purchase.