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Phone skills: life skill and social development

Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
Phone skills: life skill and social development
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Phone skills provides worksheets and a game to focus on a key life skill and social development. Target conversations, solving problems and general phone skills.

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Activity 1: Let’s make a phone call poster- colour & black & white. These poster explain a step by process you should follow before making a phone call. Hang in the classroom/therapy room or colour in the black and white version

Activity 2: Steps to making a phone call. Read and cut out each sentence. Paste them in order of how to make a phone call.

Activity 3: Poster to create- “I know my phone number” and “Important Phone Numbers”

Activity 4: “Who do you call?”- 2 sheets. Read what is needed and match it to the person who you would call to solve the problem

Activity 5: “Should you do this on the phone?”- 1 sheet to tick or cross and indicate behaviours that are expected or unexpected on the phone

Activity 6: “How do you” 2 sheets- 1 sheet to brainstorm ways to answer the phone and 1 sheet to brainstorm how to hang up the phone. Encourage students to think of different people they may speak to and encourage formal and informal greetings and good byes.

Activity 7: “What would you talk about?”- 6 sheets. Brainstorm topics of conversation to show what you talk about with dad, mum/mom, grandma, grandpa, friend or a teacher.

Activity 8: “Have a conversation”- 6 sheets. Role play and write down a conversation in the speech bubbles to show what you might ask or say to the character that you call

Activity 9: “What does the text mean?” 2 sheets to cut and paste. Students can read the text message short word and match the meaning.

Activity 10: “What would you text?’ 4 sheets. Read the text message on each phone and write what you would text back.

Activity 11: “What would you say?” Game board and scenario cards. Roll a dice and move along the game board answering a scenario question each move. Each card will ask you “Who would you call?” and “What would you say?” when making a phonically to solve a problem.

Ideal for small group or classroom learning. Print and use worksheets without preparation!

Have fun!
Katrina Bevan-Speech Pathologist
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34 pages
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