This comprehensive packet teaches multiple social rules involved in playing board games, video games and outdoor games including how to avoid being a bad sport or sore loser. Since our students with social skills delays often have difficulties with language skills, language activities that work on comprehension, inferencing, perspective taking and more are included! This packet is geared for K-5 and the teaching story uses actual photographs of students in elementary school. All of the activities are tiered so you can have an activity for all the skill levels in your group! A perfect addition to your social skills groups.
Here's what is included:
A six-page color teaching story about the social rules involved in playing games that feature actual photographs,
A youtube link to a clip about how to be a good sport and four tiered activities to accompany the link,
32 emotion cards (full body), color for a go fish or memory game so you can then practice the skills you have taught your students,
Visual: "Ingredients for Successful Game-playing" for reference or to hang up in your room,
My blooming social skills flowers (color and black and white) with accompanying petals
that list all of the social skills involved in playing a game, including:
Smile, let your friend choose the game, wait for your turn, be a graceful loser, don't brag about your skills, don't tease others if they make a mistake, give compliments, use a friendly tone of voice, follow the rules of the game and congratulate the winner.
Add a petal to the student's flower when they exhibit the skill!
Two photographs and actual game playing scenarios (related to having to go first and getting angry when you lose) along with four tiered activities that work on comprehension of the material, making an inference, perspective-taking and more!
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