Skills Printables MEGA Bundle (Social, Personal, Language, Executive & more)

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    Social Skills Center Targets to Be Used With the Social Skills Bundle

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    I am happy to be able to offer the Skills Printables MEGA Bundle! Resources for pre-k through teen years all in one bundle. With a bonus resource: Social Skills Center Targets which suggest instruction ideas week by week. These skills are so important to each student's social and personal growth. Many of the skills that academic instruction does not cover. The printables teach students, but can also serve as a guide for parents and teachers to spark instruction and intervention ideas. They are perfect as individual lessons, homeschool lessons, packets or homework.


    Make packets and use for distance learning. There is a bonus guide called Social Skills Center Targets to Be Used With the Social Skills Bundle that will offer ideas for what to work on and what to assign each week for a few of the packets.

    (You may also like the new Language Skills Center Targets to Be Used With the Personal Skills Bundle that offers ideas on what to assign each week to build or enhance a language skills program for your students.)

    Here are the items included in the Skills Printables MEGA Bundle:

    Social Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Behavior Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Play Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Imitation Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Language Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Personal Life Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Toilet Training Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Needs

    Special Education & Autism Interactive Notebook – Play Skills (Part 1)

    I Will Try Statements- Social Skills Support Posters (Rules - Elementary)

    I Will Try Statements- Social Skills Support Posters for Students with Special Needs (About My Hands)

    I Will Try Statements- Social Skills Support Coloring Pages (Rules - Elementary)

    Teen’s Edition Social Skills Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Executive Functioning Skills Printables

    Writing Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    Here is a list of what is inside of each bundle resource:

    Social Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs
    SELF-MANAGEMENT

    Self-Management Checklist

    My Own Self-Monitoring Checklist

    Reinforcement Assessment 1

    Reinforcement Assessment 2

    Reinforcement Assessment 3

    Information is “POWER” Cards

    It’s Ok to Make a Mistake

    Social Skills

    EMOTIONS

    Match to Same -Emotions

    Sad

    Happy

    Scared

    Angry

    Point to the Emotion Cards

    Identify Emotions

    Emotional States

    Emotions – Match to the Same

    Tell this Story

    What Are They Feeling?

    I Need a Break Lesson

    Working Around Others

    Taking Turns

    My Turn Your Turn

    Waiting

    Sharing Space-Color by Code

    Share

    Sharing Vocabulary

    Volume Control 1

    Volume Control 2

    Trace Words

    Working With Others - Word FIND

    SELF-AWARENESS

    About Me...These Things Hurt My Ears

    About ME…These Things Hurt My Eyes

    About ME...These Things Hurt My Skin

    About ME…These Smells Hurt My Nose

    About ME...These Things Hurt My Feelings

    Making a Mistake

    Not Getting What You Want

    Stress

    Calming Down

    Coping with Challenges

    Self-Awareness Words

    Describe a Feeling

    What Is He Saying?

    Emotion Apps

    Friends Graphic Organizer

    What is a Friend?

    COMMUNICATING WITH OTHERS

    What do I like the best?

    Social Skills Vocabulary

    Saying Thank you

    When to Say Thank You

    Class Rules Narrative

    Imitate Others

    I Want This, What Do I Do?

    I Don’t Want This, What Do I Do?

    Repeat, More & Again

    Game Rules

    Behavior Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    SELF-MONITORING

    Self Control

    Self-Control Cards

    In Control or Out of Control?

    Self-Control 2

    Self Monitoring

    Self-Monitoring Checklist 1

    Self-Monitoring Checklist 2

    Emotional Control

    Staying Seated in Class

    Is This Good Behavior?

    Behavior Choices (Field of 2)

    Breathe In, Breathe Out

    Count to Ten

    These are Things That Help Me…

    These are Things That Calm Me…

    How I Feel

    What Should She do?

    Classroom Rules

    Organize This Desk

    TRANSITIONS

    What Order is This?

    A Change in the Schedule

    Making A Schedule

    Cards to Help with Change

    Making a Reading Schedule

    Make Your Own Reading Schedule

    Ways to Ask for the Bathroom

    Bathroom Routine

    Groups

    What’s the Deal with Transition?

    During Math Tina Does This

    Mini Schedule Template

    Transition Phrases

    Group Directions

    Group Directions vs. Individual Directions

    Waiting Area

    Standing in Line

    Who is Lining Up Correctly?

    Hallway Behaviors

    Transition Objects

    Can you Carry That?

    WORK BEHAVIORS

    Finish the Pattern (Work First, Then Play)

    I am Working For It !

    Make Your Own Incentive Chart

    Expected Behaviors for Work Time

    Alternatives to Hitting

    Behaviors for Work Time

    Interfering Behaviors

    Using Headphones to Cancel Noise

    Request a Break

    Off Task (Visual Cue)

    Activity Schedule

    First, Next Schedule

    3 Steps to Following Directions

    These are Things That I Would Work For…

    Task Analysis

    Avoid Task Avoidance

    BEING AROUND OTHERS

    Stamp Out Un-Expected Behaviors (Bring in Expected Behaviors)

    Non-Edible Objects

    Good Behavior

    I Don’t Want to Do This

    Hands Off

    Aggressive Behaviors

    You Want to get an Item: What Can you Do?

    Nodding Yes or No

    What is a Tantrum?

    Why is He Doing This?

    Giving Up a Turn on Technology

    Drinking Your Own Drink

    What Can I do With My Hands?

    It’s Too Loud in Here

    Not all of the Time

    Exercise

    What Helps Me Calm Down?

    Behavior Words

    Keeping Property Safe

    Keeping Property Safe 2

    Play Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    TOYS

    Cause & Effect Triangle

    Cause & Effect Words

    Play Words

    Toys or Not Toys

    Identify Toys

    Match Toys

    Functional Play Activities

    Categorize Toys

    Attributes Applied to Toys

    Symbolic Play

    Making a Choice(Field of 2)

    What is This? What is it Called? What Does it Do?

    Cards to Help With Play Skills

    PLAYGROUND SKILLS

    Swings

    Sandbox

    Hopscotch

    Soccer

    Hanging Around

    Slide

    Hula Hoop

    Tell This Story

    Time Out (Playground)

    What Can You Do with a Basketball?

    Ball Play

    Jumping Around at the Playground

    Playground Narratives

    Match the Playground Activities

    PLAYING WITH OTHERS

    Taking Turns.

    Take Turns Playing

    Roles in Dramatic Play

    Games, Games, Games

    Ask Someone to Play

    Make Comments in Play

    Imagination

    Playtime Voices

    Trace Words - Imagination

    Game Terms

    I Don’t Want To Play This, What Do I Do?

    I Want to Play This, What Do I Say?

    GAMES

    My Play…These Games I Like

    My Play…These Games I Have Played

    My Play…These Games and Activities I Do NOT Like

    My Play…These Games I Have Not Played

    Playground Games

    Baseball

    Games Have Rules

    1,2,3 Red Light, Green Light

    Dodge Ball

    Hide and Seek (Hider)

    Hide and Seek (Seeker)

    Losing a Game

    PLAYTIME EMOTIONS

    What Are They Feeling?

    My Play...These Things Make Me Anxious About Playing

    Coping with Losing a Game

    Words Kids Use in a Game

    Losing: What Can you Say?

    Describe a Feeling (Winning)

    Winning Words Graphic Organizer

    What is a Teammate?

    Imitation Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    MOTOR IMITATION
    Imitation Words
    Imitation Words 2
    “Follow Me”
    Move Head Side to Side
    Do What?
    Words to Match
    Directional Words
    Look
    Clap Hands
    Cover Your Mouth
    Hands on Head
    Touch Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
    Touch Feet, Fold Legs
    Animals In Motion
    Hands Together/Hands Up
    Hands Over Head
    Make Circles With Your Arms
    Lift Legs
    Do What They Do
    ORAL MOTOR IMITATION
    Make These Faces
    Tongue Out, Tongue Up, Tongue to the Side
    Lips Together
    Open Mouth, Close Mouth
    Blow Bubbles
    Bubble Wand
    Blow Windmills
    Calming Techniques
    FINE MOTOR IMITATION
    Using Our Hands
    Making Hand Signals
    Thumbs Up
    Fingers Together
    Hand on Hand
    Open Fist Close Fist
    Draw a Line Using Your Finger
    Wave Your Hand Up, Down, Then Side to Side
    Fine Motor Drawings
    Open a Container, Open a Folded Paper
    The Table Game
    Who is Doing the Same?
    Playing with Dough
    OBJECT IMITATION
    Bang, Bang, Bang on the Drum
    Watering Flowers
    Taking Turns with a Car
    Build a Paper Airplane
    Watching Others to Learn
    Stack Blocks
    Put in Tasks
    Push a Block or Toy with One Finger
    Put Something in a Cup
    Roll Some Things
    VOCAL IMITATION
    MMMMMM… This is Good Food
    Make This Sound
    My Tunes…Tunes I like
    GROUP IMITATION
    Everybody Stand Up
    Line Up
    How To Play Simon Says
    Get a Pencil…Open Your Books…
    How to Copy Someone
    Say This: What Can You Say?

    Language Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    IDENTIFYING
    Matching Object to Object

    Put with the Same

    Match with the Same

    Match to the Same

    Same and Different

    Matching Picture to Picture

    More Matching Picture to Picture

    Matching Photo to Photo

    Matching Object to Outline

    Matching Object to Photo

    Matching Picture to the Real Object

    Color Wheel

    Match Colors

    Match Colors 2

    Identify Colors

    Say the Color

    Read Color Words

    Spell Color Words

    Match Days of the Week

    Match Days on the Calendar

    Spell the Days of the Week (page 1 of 2)

    Spell the Days of the Week (page 2 of 2)

    Match Months

    Months

    Name the Months

    Alphabet

    Match Letters

    Match Letters 2

    Match The Letters of Your Name

    Alphabet Bounce

    Alphabetical Order

    Upper and Lowercase Match

    Match Upper and Lowercase (Page 1 of 2)

    Match Upper and Lowercase (Page 2 of 2)

    Eyes, Mouth, Arms & Feet

    Parts of the Body

    Mark the Same – Parts of the Body

    Matching Words - Parts of the Body

    Spelling Test

    Items at Lunch

    Things We See at the Salon

    What is This?

    Objects

    Seasons

    Seasons 2

    What Do You Wear When It Is Hot?

    Dress Jen for Cold Weather

    SORTING & ORGANIZING

    Sorting the Items

    Sort 2

    Sort 3

    Sorting

    Sort By Shape

    Shapes

    Big and Small

    Sort by Size

    Cut and Sort

    Sequencing

    First, Next, Last

    Categories

    Name the Group

    Opposites

    Match the Opposites

    Color by Opposite

    What Does it Feel Like - Opposites

    MOVING AROUND

    Verbs

    Action Words

    Class Jobs

    Bounce

    Prepositions

    In Front, Next to, Between and Behind

    Prepositions 2

    Which Preposition?

    Prepositions at School

    Follow the Actions

    LOOKING & LISTENING

    Label School Skills

    Follow School Directions

    Follow 2-Step Commands

    Answer Who Questions

    Answer What Questions

    Where?

    Asking When

    How to Get Someone’s Attention

    Personal Life Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    PERSONAL INFORMATION

    My Name

    I know my Phone Number

    Address

    School

    My Teacher

    Emergency Contact

    Identification Card

    My Birthday

    How Old are You?

    Family

    Siblings

    Parents

    City Words

    State

    PERSONAL MANAGEMENT

    Tie Shoes

    Putting on My Coat

    Hang Coat

    Buttoning Items

    Brushing Teeth

    Washing Hands

    Morning Bathroom Sequence

    Evening Bathroom Sequence

    Staying Safe Staying with the Group

    My Self, My Health

    Eating at Mealtime

    When to Use a Utensil or Eat with Your Hands

    Eating Slow and Chewing All Food

    Getting Dressed

    Routine for Using the Bathroom

    Opening Containers

    Knowing My Environment

    Stay With the Group, Don’t Wander

    Restaurant Dining

    Fast Food Dining

    Family Gatherings

    Going to the Store

    Going to the Library
    PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

    Kitchen Skills

    More Kitchen Skills

    Microwave

    What Goes in the Refrigerator?

    What Goes in the Freezer?

    Toaster

    Label the Chores

    How to Make a Bed

    Sweeping & Mopping

    Wiping Tables

    Cleaning Up Toys

    Washing Dishes

    Setting the Table page 1

    Setting the Table - page 2

    Washing Clothes- Opposites

    Sorting Clothes

    What I Do in the Morning

    Getting Ready for Sleep

    Barber or Hair Salon

    PERSONAL TRIPS

    Trips in the Community

    Community Buildings

    Vacation

    Airplane Travel

    Preparing for Trip Checklist

    Ways to Travel

    Hotels

    Movies

    Going to Visit Family & Friends

    Parks

    Amusement Parks

    Beach Words Match Up

    Water Fun

    Toilet Training Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Needs
    LEARNING ABOUT THE BATHROOM

    Wet Clothes

    Who is Wearing Dry Clothes?

    Sitting vs. Standing

    Is this Clean?

    Soiled Pants, Dirty Pull-Up

    Pull-up Troubles

    In the Bathroom

    How to Know if You Had an Accident

    What Do You Carry to the Bathroom?

    How to Know When You Need to Go…

    Which is the Picture for Bathroom?

    Mini Social Story

    Reading the Signs

    THE ROUTINE

    A Bathroom Routine

    What Order ?

    How Could She Ask for the Bathroom?

    Making the Request

    What Goes in This Room?

    I will try…

    Where to Go?

    What Goes in This Room?

    What does it mean to initiate?

    Communicating the Need to Go

    Up and Down

    How Many Sheets of Toilet Paper?

    AFTER

    What Does it Mean to Flush?

    What comes first, second, third and fourth?

    Expected Behaviors After Using the Bathroom

    Washing Hands

    Task Analysis for Hand Washing

    I am Working For It !

    APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORS

    Roadblocks

    What’s the Deal That?

    What is Wrong with flushing?

    Stop Flushing Too Much

    Non-Edible Stuff

    Bathroom Behaviors

    Why Can’t I Play with the Water?

    Keep the Stinky Stuff in the Toilet

    Missing the Target

    Executive Functioning Skills Printables

    PLANNING

    Plan

    Waiting

    My Schedule

    Planning for an Art Project

    ORGANIZING

    Organize the Code

    Organized/Unorganized

    Organizing My Desk

    I Can Organize

    TIME MANAGEMENT

    Is it Time?

    Using Timers

    Smart Watch

    Task Initiation

    WORKING MEMORY

    Repeat After Me

    Remember

    Multi-step Directions

    Letter and Word Search

    SELF-CONTROL

    Controlling My Actions

    Emojis

    Feelings

    Self-Discipline

    IMPULSE CONTORL

    Personal Bubble

    Controlling My Impulses

    Stop Raging

    Making a Choice

    ATTENTION

    Listening

    Visual Schedules

    Show Listening Skills By Doing These Things

    Staying On Task

    FLEXIBILITY

    Flexibility Definition

    Planning a Calendar

    Starting a Non-Preferred Activity

    Changing Plans

    PERSEVERANCE

    Perseverance Word Search

    A Story About Perseverance

    Working to Build Sentences

    Work Through It

    TRANSITIONING

    Change-What Things Can Change?

    Starting a New Assignment

    Working Until My Scheduled Break

    Transition Cues

    PROBLEM SOLVING

    Steps to Problem Solving

    Is this a Good Strategy?

    Visualize It

    Thinking of Strategies When Feeling Anxious

    Writing Skills Printables for Students with Autism and Related Special Needs

    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING
    Finishing a Sentence
    Describe an Object
    Match
    Describe the Picture
    Describe the Picture 2
    Descriptions
    Pictures and Text Responses
    Build a Sentence
    Build a Sentence –School
    What I like…
    Why I think…
    Finish the Sentence
    Finish the Sentence Blank
    Facts vs. Opinions
    Opinions with Lining Words
    Opinions with Supporting Evidence
    Opinions with Supporting Evidence (Page 2)
    Writing a Letter
    Writing a Letter – Field Trip
    NARRATIVE WRITING
    Tell About the Picture
    What Does This Mean
    Tell the Story
    Match The Sentence to the Story
    Match the Sentence to the Picture
    Match the Sentence to the Picture 2
    Match the Sentence to the Image
    Topic Sentences
    Opinion Piece
    Opinion Piece - Animals
    Opinion Piece – Book Report
    Writing Paragraphs
    Writing Paragraphs 2
    Match Linking Words
    Brainstorming – Planning a Meal
    Make a Story- Topic
    Make a Story- Adjectives
    Make a Story- Sentences
    Make a Story-Closing
    Make a Story- Paragraph
    Tell About This
    Describe & Color
    What Did You Do This Weekend?
    Tell About a Trip to the Zoo
    INFORMATIONAL & EXPLANATORY WRITING
    Sequence This
    What Order?
    Copy the Order
    Making a Grocery List
    Graphic Organizer for Facts
    Organize Facts
    How to Make a Cake
    Put in Order
    Order of Events
    How to Use a Tablet
    Write a Paragraph-Main Idea and Details
    Write a Paragraph- Blank
    Advertisement
    Invitation
    A “Travel Guide” Through My School
    Newsletter
    Home Journal
    Matching Facts to Statements
    Illustrations and Captions
    Research Paper For Beginning Writers
    PUNCTUATION
    Punctuation Match
    Punctuation Match 2
    What Did you Say?
    Word Work- Period
    Symbol Work- Question Mark
    Symbol Work- Exclamation Point
    Ending Punctuation
    Punctuation Word Match
    Punctuation Match Up

    Special Education & Autism Interactive Notebook – Play Skills (Part 1)

    -Imitation skills

    -Play skills

    -Cause and effect

    -Cars and trucks

    -Water vehicles

    I Will Try Statements- Social Skills Support Posters (Rules - Elementary)
    A social story in a poster form. I will try…
    to keep my hands and feet from touching other people.
    to keep my hands and feet safe.
    to use an indoor voice when I am inside.
    to do my work.
    to raise my hand if I want to ask a question, answer a question or take my turn.
    to listen to what the teacher says and do what the teacher says.

    I Will Try Statements- Social Skills Support Posters for Students with Special Needs (About My Hands)
    3 Posters to supplement social narratives or social stories for students.

    A social story about what to do with your hands in a poster form.

    I Will Try Statements- Social Skills Support Coloring Pages (Rules - Elementary)

    The following coloring pages are included: I will try…
    to keep my hands and feet from touching other people.
    to keep my hands and feet safe.
    to use an indoor voice when I am inside.
    to do my work.
    to raise my hand if I want to ask a question, answer a question or take my turn.
    to listen to what the teacher says and do what the teacher says.

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