Discuss kind versus unkind acts with this versatile set for differentiated instruction with mixed level groups! Use the two digital Boom Learning card sets for interactive NO PREP, NO PRINT fun! Build skills from the ground up with vocabulary for emotions and traits, discussion cards at picture and sentence levels, social rules stories to apply the vocabulary, and ‘caught being kind’ cards to apply this work to a reinforcement/class behavior program.
* Play the interactive, NO PRINT and NO PREP digital Boom Cards activity for finding the kind actions.
* Play the interactive, NO PRINT and NO PREP digital Boom Cards activity for finding the vocabulary word that matches the definition.
* Play the open ended game, with spinner, using any of the card decks.
* Discuss student experiences with kindness and unkindness using the 32 kindness cards. A classroom set of expectations can be developed from this discussion.
* Kindness point cards can be awarded for good answers to turn this into a game.
* Use the ‘caught being kind’ cards in a behavior program to reinforce kind actions.
* A kind/unkind actions picture worksheet which can be used as a pre/post assessment or generalization check.
* Discuss the 40 picture cards, telling why it is kind or unkind to do this.
* Sort the kind/unkind action pictures with the sorting mat.
* Complete the 5 cut and glue worksheets for kind versus unkind actions.
* Discuss 8 hygiene cards, identifying good versus bad hygiene habits.
Vocabulary Word Level
* Use the 30 emotion/character trait definition or word wall cards to teach vocabulary applicable to the kind/unkind scenarios.
* Match the opposite pairs, read the short definitions and example sentences.
* Complete the 19 worksheets at varied levels for differentiated instruction:
+ Write sentences for the vocabulary.
+ Write the definitions of the words.
+ Write or cut/glue the definitions next to the words .
+ Match the vocabulary opposite pairs using their pictured meanings.
* Use the vocabulary words with picture clues to fill in the blanks of sentences to form a social rules story.
The topics are:
* Coping with Change
* Losing a Game
* Think Before You Say It
* Getting Along
* Wanting Someone’s Things
* Discuss the 40 written scenarios that match the pictured action cards, using perspective taking skills to tell how this makes others feel and problem solving skills to tell what could be done differently.
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