Social Skills Activities for Problem Solving Perspective Taking Getting Along

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13 activities at 3 levels to work on 6+ skills
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Imagine having one social skills activity set that easily adapts to all of your student levels! With 13 different activities at 3 levels in similar formats, this one will make your social skills groups much easier! Teach early perspective-taking skills, problem-solving, giving compliments, identifying mean versus kind actions and comments, and learning vocabulary for discussing conflict resolution!

Level 1- Talk about what others like/don't like at this picture level.

Level 2- Identify positive and negative actions and comments for getting along.

Level 3- Apply perspective-taking skills to problem-solving.

Combine the 3 levels in one group or use each separately!

Conflict Resolution Vocabulary: 27 words in pictures, definitions, sentences, and a game.

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Social Skills Activities for Problem Solving, Perspective Taking, and Getting Along Activities include:

  1. Get Along Game Board at 3 levels of play.
  2. 3 picture spinner activities to tell what family and friends like/dislike.
  3. 8 picture worksheets to compare/contrast student likes/dislikes with a peer.
  4. 66 game cards for identifying mean or kind actions and comments.
  5. Mean or kind sorting mat for the game cards.
  6. 8 worksheets at varying levels to practice kindness.
  7. Spinner activity to practice giving simple compliments.
  8. Apply perspective-taking skills to problem-solving with 66 game cards.
  9. Spinner activity to practice giving compliments based on qualities.
  10. 2 worksheets for identifying comments and actions that promote getting along.
  11. 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.
  12. 96 vocabulary game cards including pictures, definitions, examples, and sentences.
  13. 9 worksheets at 3 levels for practicing the vocabulary: matching with definitions, filling in the sentences, and completing the sentence starters.
  14. Answer keys for worksheets.

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Social Skills Activities for Problem Solving, Perspective Taking, and Getting Along works on these skills:

  1. building vocabulary for conflict resolution.
  2. answering questions.
  3. early perspective-taking skills.
  4. categorizing skills for behaviors.
  5. comparing/contrasting qualities.
  6. giving compliments.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Tell a story or recount an experience with appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details, speaking audibly in coherent sentences.
Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions when appropriate to clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings.
Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., listening to others with care, speaking one at a time about the topics and texts under discussion).
Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., listening to others and taking turns speaking about the topics and texts under discussion).
Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about kindergarten topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups.


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