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This bundle includes social skills activities with task cards, lessons, worksheets, and social stories for teaching positive social behaviors. Skills targeted include basic interactions, conversations, empathy, friendships, dealing with conflicts, and more. Social skills can be taught by a regular education teacher, special education teacher, or other support professional. Social skills are critical for student success in and out of the classroom. Regular education students, struggling students, and students with disabilities (such as ADHD, ODD, and autism) would benefit from this bundle.
Note that 6/8 products have been updated to include digital versions for Google Drive. This makes it easy to assign work and have students use devices to respond to.
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In this bundle, you will get:
A set of 80 social skills task cards that highlight real social situations. The cards ask the students to act out real-life situations and engage with partners and/or a group. They can be used at a variety of age/grade groups. Cards are split into five major areas including basic interaction, conversations, empathy, friendships, and dealing with conflicts.
A pack of 10 lessons with 20 student worksheets that teach basic interactions social skills. Lessons focus on areas including making eye contact, greetings, classroom body language, sharing, maintaining personal space, having a positive attitude, and more.
A pack of 12 lessons with 29 student worksheets that teach conversation skills. Lessons focus on several areas such as starting a conversation, listening to others, getting to know others, finding similar interests, taking turns, keeping eye contact, staying on topic, noticing others’ social cues., and more.
A pack of 12 lessons with 29 student worksheets that teach empathy and feelings. Lessons target understanding your feelings, noticing the feelings of others, perspective taking, coping with emotions, using “I” statements, using self-control, and more.
A set 15 printable social scripts for children with social difficulties in the elementary setting. Topics highlighted include asking for help, getting upset, eating lunch, morning work, working with partners, paying attention, when my schedule changes, and more.
These are a pack of over 100 fun task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The cards are organized into five different sets that target different situations: With friends, with family, in the classroom, at recess, and at lunch.
These Perspective Taking Task Cards include 80 task cards with real-life scenarios that students may encounter. Scenarios include a variety of situations, including at home, at school, and with friends. The task cards encourage students to consider the feelings, thoughts, beliefs, moods, and motivations of others.
These cue cards include 30 different prompts for students who need extra support and reminders during social situations. They are great for children with autism, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and other behavioral or emotional challenges.
Materials are for personal and classroom use (not commercial use). To clarify, educators may use materials with their students and/or caseload. Educators, parents, and support professionals may use materials for private tutoring/support with students/clients on a small scale basis. Materials may NOT be used within online paid courses, such as Outschool or Udemy. Please reach out to me with any specific questions on this.
Materials may not be posted freely on the Internet, such as a classroom website or blog. Materials may be shared directly with families and students through Google Classroom and any other password-protected means.
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Disclaimer: These resources and materials are for supplementary support/education purposes and not intended as a replacement for education, counseling, or other necessary supports. Educators, parents, counselors, and others who utilize these materials are encouraged to seek out additional support, as needed.
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