Have you ever had a student who had extreme reactions to small events such as not being able to go first in a game? Working on reaction size and emotional vocabulary can work to give them the language that they need to use when they are upset.
This short video includes a popular video activity I did to help my students identify different sizes of reactions and being able to match them to different sized problems.
SLPs who have used my other social cognition products say…
"Works for pretty much ALL of my students. Thanks for including SO many situation cards and at varying levels." -Make Speech a Peach
"Perfect fall activity for my social skills students, and applicable to many of their IEP goals. For some groups, I was able to use 2-3 of the activities, so they have gotten a lot of use already. The students love the zombie theme. A very high-interest and high-quality item, thanks!" -Allison S
"Great packet! My students loved these activities. I extended it by having students use the family profiles to find good/bad gifts in store flyers and by bringing in bad gifts for students to open and having them use the script in the packet to respond appropriately. Kept my students engaged in meaningful activities in the days leading up to vacation, thank you! I will definitely be using this lesson again." -Shanna M
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