Social Narrative and activities on determining who and how to be a friend. Knowing who is and how to be a friend is difficult for some of our students.
Sometimes, our kiddos act in a way that others do not consider friendly and lose out on opportunities to establish friendships. Other times, they may consider a peer a friend when really that peer is mean to them and is NOT a friend.
This Social Skills Set pack includes: a social story provided in three formats (color, low ink black and white, NO PRINT Interactive), Parent Letters with roleplay and home activities, 5 social scenario journal entry pages, and 12 fun activity pages for carry over of skills.
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Social Narrative: Are they friends?
– Print out the pages for the version you would like (color or black and white), cut them in half, and staple or bind them together as a book. Go over the social scenarios to determine if the kids are acting like a good friend or not and what makes someone a good friend.. Students can take home to review again and again with parents. No print version provided in file with this document to be used on a tablet device. Low ink version is great for practice of carry over and students can color the pages.
Color Version (p. 4-17)
LOW INK Black & White Option (p.18-31)
Parent Letters & Homework Monitoring Sheet:
(p.32-34) Parent pages include role-play scenarios and at home-activities to practice skills for carry over. The homework monitoring sheet is also included. Print off the homework monitoring page and cut in half. Attach the appropriate half to the parent page and send home. Parent check off what they completed and send back.
Social Skills Journal Entry Pages:
(p.35-39) Each journal page provides a social scenario, blank face for students to draw in how the main character feels, a word to define, and problem solving or how should they react writing prompts.
Activity Pages- Are they Friends? Yes or No?
(p.40-41) Read each scenario and discuss if the character is acting like a friend. Color, daub, or paint the appropriate answer.
Activity Pages- Make Good Choices
(p.42-43) Read each scenario and decide what the appropriate response should be in order to be a good friend. Color, daub, or paint the appropriate answer.
Activity Pages- Who was a Good Friend?
(p.44-45) Read each scenario and decide which character was acting like a good friend. Color, daub, or paint which character was a friend.
Activity Pages- Star Qualities
(p.46-47) Check out each star and decide which are star qualities for a friend and color them green. Then color the inappropriate behaviors red.
Activity Pages- A Friend of a Foe?
(p.48-49) Look at each picture and decide who was acting like good friends and circle them green. If they’re acting like foes, circle them with red.
Activity Pages- Building Up to Friendship
(p.50-51) Roll the die and dab or color the behaviors in that row. If you roll a six, you get to choose which row you would like to color in. Student will identify if the actions are friendly or not. Which row will finish first?
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