This activity is designed for students who are working on the social thinking skill of perspective taking and being able to identify their own perspective, someone else’s perspective, and how it compares/contrasts to the other person. It is designed for students at various grade levels, depending on skill deficits, who need to build their perspective taking skills.
1. 9 different situations/scenarios. These can be cut out for a pocket chart or putting on board. They are numbered and match up with the worksheets.
2. There is a perspective-opinion worksheet that coordinates to each scenario that require the student to take an opinion and define their perspective. They then need to take the other person’s perspective and state what it would be. Students can then compare and contrast the 2 perspectives.