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Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go

Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
Social Skills Task Cards Groups Print and Go
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Social Skills task cards for increasing appropriate social skills by introducing real life scenarios for social group work. Do you have middle school students who struggle with social skills? They are easily bullied and influenced by others? Social situations are confusing for them? Then you need this resource! The reasoning behind this resource was the realization that my students at the middle school level needed a lot of guidance in regards to social skills with peers. This resource would be perfect for social skills groups!
This resource includes:
45 original social scenarios task cards with 45 multiple choice answer cards
Answer key
14 Vocabulary cards of social terms definitions
Easily printed in black and white!

Warning: Many of these scenarios can be too mature for some kids and too juvenile for others—know your audience! I made them into task cards so that I can pick and choose the ones that are appropriate for the students during that session. I also separated the corresponding answer cards from the question cards so that older or higher functioning students do not have the crutch of answer choices and must respond “off the cuff” for those critical thinking/problem solving skills they so desperately need! This is also great to differentiate the lesson for different abilities.

The vocabulary cards are for students who struggle with words like hygiene and what they mean. Students hear these terms a lot but do they really understand what monopolizing the conversation means?

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