Communication is so much more than the words that are spoken. In fact, words only account for 7% of all communication. The other 93% is comprised of nonverbal communication.
Unfortunately, kids are not able to fully process abstract thought until the ages 11-16. Until that time, the brain processes information concretely.
Unless kids are taught how to factor nonverbal clues into conversations, they will struggle in their relationships with others. Picking up on nonverbal clues can help kids fit in with their peers as well as improve their relationships with family members.
This packet is extremely versatile.
The picture prompts in this packet can be used with or without the discussion prompt sheet.
The larger images make great visual aids during classroom lessons, small groups, and individual sessions.
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