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Social skills group planning will be so much easier for SLPs using this bundle with a variety of social skill activities. It has multiple activities that will keep your students involved and learning while having fun!
SO many social language skills are included!
Getting Along Social Skills Activities include:
- Get Along Game Board at 3 levels of play.
- 3 picture spinner activities to tell what family and friends like/dislike.
- 8 picture worksheets to compare/contrast student likes/dislikes with a peer.
- 66 game cards for identifying mean or kind actions and comments.
- Sorting mat for the game cards.
- 8 worksheets at varying levels to practice kindness.
- Spinner activity to practice giving simple compliments.
- Apply perspective-taking skills to problem-solving with 66 game cards.
- Spinner activity to practice giving compliments based on qualities.
- 2 worksheets for identifying comments and actions that promote getting along.
- Conflict-Free Zone board game for conflict resolution vocabulary: surface, resolve, negotiate, conflict, avoid, mediate, compromise, confront, clarify, apologize, escalate, deny, strategy, perspective, respect, remorse, ignore, tolerant, diverse, alternative, assume, aggressive, evaluate, collaborate, listen, balance, and accommodate.
- 96 vocabulary game cards including pictures, definitions, examples, and sentences.
- 9 worksheets at 3 levels for practicing the vocabulary: matching with definitions, fill in the sentences and complete the sentence starters.
- Answer keys for worksheets.
Social Skills Emotions Vocabulary Activities include:
1. Get a baseline vocabulary measure with the pre/post assessment.
2. Play 'Think About How I Feel'- a color-coded game board to use with any of the game cards.
3. Use the 4 Basic Emotions Target Words Poster or student cheat sheets as a learning strategy.
4. Choose from 48 word cards or 92 clip art cards in any activity to meet your students' needs.
5. Sort the emotions in each basic group as being small or large feelings.
6. Complete 20 worksheets at varying levels to practice the vocabulary.
7. Make the 4 Emotions Mini Books craft activity.
8. Discuss the facial expressions in 48 emotions photo cards to understand how we can feel more than one emotion at the same time.
9. Play the 'How Do They Feel?' board game.
10. Use the problem-solving spinner with the photos or the social scenarios.
11. Identify emotions or practice tone of voice and facial expressions with the 72 emotions scenarios empathy cards.
12. Play the Emotions Domino Game and practice tone of voice.
The Language of Friendship Activities include:
Basic Vocabulary Building
1. Thumbs Up/Down Activity with 42 picture cards for identifying friendly or unfriendly actions.
2. Sort the 40 action picture cards with labels as friendly or unfriendly with a sorting mat.
3. Play the 'Let's Be Friends' Board Game with any of the card sets.
4. Complete the 9 picture worksheets for reviewing friendly/unfriendly actions.
5. Complete the 9 picture worksheets for reviewing friendly/unfriendly actions.
Describing Friendly/Unfriendly Qualities
6. Increase vocabulary for friendly/unfriendly qualities or characteristics with the 24 word cards and 24 matching definition cards. Use for matching or with the game.
7. Play 'The Road to Friendship' Board Game to review vocabulary for qualities.
8. Play the 'Connect 3 Dice Activity' with your older students to practice varied language skills, including definitions.
9. Play the 'Vocabulary Spinner Activity' to develop deeper word association skills for friendship characteristics.
10. Complete the 14 printable worksheets at varied levels to reinforce the skills.
Positive and Negative Peer Interactions:
11. Discuss the 80 simple social scenario cards to make inferences to identify feelings, build empathy skills, and do simple problem solving about what you could do.
12. Play the 'Friendship is a Treasure' printable board game using the social scenario cards or any of the card sets.
13. Spin the 'Kind/Unkind Spinner' and use an appropriate tone of voice when telling what you could say to that person.
14. Match the 24 friendship idiom cards with their definitions, and use for any of the games to build non-literal language.
Anti-Bullying Facts Activities include:
1. 8 posters with facts, tips, or critical questions:
- Types of Bullying
- Bullying versus Being Mean
- Signs that Someone is Being Bullied
- Why It Is Okay to Ask for Help
- What is Cyber-Bullying
- How to Deal with CyberBullying
- Dealing with Teasing and Name Calling
- Tips for Bystanders
* Facts are from government and reputable bullying websites, with links to resources provided.
2. 5 worksheets for students to use the posters for bullying facts and describe what to do in bullying situations
3. 21 photo task cards with scenarios- students decide if there is a conflict or bullying situation
4. Discussion guideline questions and possible responses.
5. 48 task cards:
- question cards to review facts from posters.
- thought statements for discussing who could be thinking it (bystander or bullied person) and what strategy is being used.
- comment cards for discussing who could be saying it (bystander or bullied person) and how that strategy could help the situation.
- thinking questions for students to state opinions.
6. A spinner for activities.
7. Review board game.
8. Multiple links to resources and sites with free downloads.
9. Use the included link on the last page to access the worksheets on Google slides.
Anti-Bullying Language for Problem Solving activities include:
1. Complete the informal pre/post assessment worksheets for perspective-taking skills.
2. Discuss the Anti-Bullying Strategy Poster.
3. Play the ‘Walk a Mile in My Shoes’ board game.
4. Discuss/play using the 18 emotions cards.
5. Summarize the situation and identify the feelings on the 2 response sheets.
6. Discuss/play using the 18 problem-solving question cards.
7. Answer the 18 problem-solving question cards orally or using the 2 response sheets.
8. Complete 5 worksheets to summarize each of the kids’ situations using perspective-taking skills.
9. Discuss/play using the 18 proverbs cards.
10. Match the proverbs to the situations. (3 worksheets.)
11. Explain how the proverbs relate to the problem orally or using the 2 response sheets.
12. Discuss/play using the 18 idiom cards and their definitions.
13. Write sentences using the 18 idioms on the 2 response sheets.
14. Play with or match the 18 idiom cards with their definition cards.
15. Complete 3 worksheets to match the idioms with their definitions and then with the correct child’s situation.
16. Discuss and complete 9 worksheets to review all of the skills from each problem situation.
17. Use the guidelines and answers keys to guide your discussions with students.
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+ "Excellent resource!!!! I love using it!"
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+ "Amazing to use with my social skills kiddos!"
+ "Excellent addition to my lessons with social skills. Thanks so much!"
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