Social Skills Bundle

Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
Social Skills Bundle
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I have bundled three of my social skills lessons into one download:
Big Problem or Little Problem?

Expected or Unexpected?

Think It or Say It?

Buy together and save! Each individual unit sells in my store for $3.00, but you can save $3.00 by buying together. I teach each of these topics throughout the year in my social skills group (grades 2-4), and it's always great to have activities available for review. Although I use each activity with my 2nd to 4th grade students, I feel that they would be appropriate for older (or younger) students who may be targeting these skills.

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Big Problem or Little Problem?
One of the topics I always cover in my social skills groups is "big problem vs little problem." Teaching this concept and vocabulary helps children put their own problems into perspective, which leads to considering their reaction size and action steps to solve problems.

Included in this download are 40 "problem" cards which students can label as either big problems or little problems, as well as a blank template to create your own problem scenario cards. Also included is a mini outline for a possible lesson to introduce this topic to your students.

Expected or Unexpected?
This lesson utilizes vocabulary from Michelle Garcia Winner's SocialThinking curriculum. Included are 36 scenario cards depicting expected or unexpected behaviors, as well as a mini lesson outline to use when introducing the topic. I use this lesson with my social skills group (grades 2-4), but I think it would also be appropriate for older or younger children working on this skill.

I like to introduce the concept of expected and unexpected behaviors early in the year to my social skills group, because it lays the foundation for future social skills lessons (e.g., "Was that an expected way to react to your problem?" or "Your body isn't part of the group. That's unexpected," or "What are your friends thinking about your unexpected behavior?").

Think it or Say it?
This lesson focuses on things we can say out loud vs. things we should think in our heads. Included are 40 "Think it or Say it?" cards relevant to the classroom, lunchroom, and playground, as well as a mini lesson outline you may choose to use when introducing the topic. I use this lesson with my social skills group (grades 2-4), but I think it would also be appropriate for older children working on this skill.

I like to introduce the topic of "Think it or Say it" after teaching my students about expected and unexpected behaviors, because it allows me to ask questions such as, "Was that an expected thing to say?" or "What will others think if you say that out loud?"



**All three products in this download utilize SymbolStix clipart (used with permission), which provides simple and concrete pictures. I love using this symbol system with my children who are on the autism spectrum, because the pictures are very straight forward.

If you use this unit with your students, please leave feedback to let me know what worked or didn't work. Enjoy!
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