Have fun practicing the social skill of responding, "Thank you!" with a gift theme
at varied levels for differentiated instruction in this symbol supported activity set.
Start with saying ‘thank you’ in an adapted book and build skills: thanking peers, stating opinions about toys politely, determining if statements are polite or rude and how they make others feel, and paying attention to peers' perspectives on toys and activities.
The gift papers are generic and no specific holidays are mentioned, so this is great for birthdays and gift giving at any time of year!
1. An adapted, symbol supported, interactive book with photos
: label toys, their functions and respond ‘thank you.’
2. Interactive gifts activity at three levels:
+ label toys and give a personal opinion
+ take peer’s perspectives by stating who in the group likes that toy and asking a question to confirm
+ interacting with peers to find out if they would join an activity and responding politely with ‘Yes, thanks!’ or ‘No, thank you.”
3. Social rules stories at 2 levels
to understand why saying ‘thank you’ is important
4. Creating a gift wish list- great for bulletin boards
5. 2 foldable book activities
for students to make- gifts they like/dislike
6. Worksheets at varied levels described below
What are buyers saying?
* Teaching my students about the holidays and to say "thank you" has been so hard! Thankfully, you created a product that is both interesting, and interactive! Thank You:)
* I can't wait to get more! This social story is so useful for our kiddos and I appreciate you taking the time to share it with the rest of us.
* A 39 page book that works on labeling toys, actions and responding ‘Thank you!’
* Choose the pages to make the book length you need
* Book template pages and additional toys to personalize for students
* Assembly directions with pictures
* 2 worksheets for color matching
* 2 following directions worksheets for identifying liked/disliked toys
* 4 cut and glue worksheets for identifying liked/disliked toys
* A worksheet for identifying which gifts are toys and which are not
* 2 social rules stories to understand why we need to say ‘thank you.’
* 2 worksheets to identify if statements should be said or stay as thoughts
* 2 worksheets to identify how polite/impolite statements make the gift giver feel
* An open the gift interactive activity with a gift page, a toy page, a game page and a template to personalize (not editable)
* Activity sentence scripts for nonverbal and minimally verbal students
* 2 foldable book activities for students to personalize with gifts they like/don't like
* A wish list page for students to complete- great for bulletin boards
Be sure to check the preview
to see more of what is inside! Still not sure it is right for you? Just ask a question at my store and I'll be happy to help! Thanks for shopping with me- Linda@Looks-Like-Language
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