Included in this bundle are 7 of my best selling social, emotional and behavior skills and learning products.
In this bundle you will get:
Think it or say it.
A variety of worksheets, social stories, activities and task cards that help teach students.
1) The difference between ‘say it thoughts’ and ‘think it thoughts’.
2) What others will think if you say a ‘think it thought’ or ‘say it thought’ out loud.
3) Possible consequences of saying a ‘think it thought’ or ‘say it thought’
Also included are:
472- task cards These can be used for multiple interactive activities/games to further teach these concepts and enhance understanding.
Reflection sheets for students to break down instances in which they have said ‘think it thoughts’ and for them to analyze what they could have said instead.
Size of the problem
This is a product designed to help students with autism and social skills deficits successfully differentiate between different levels of problems, as well as appropriately react in order to effectively problem. All too often I work with students whose reactions do not always match the size of the problem. Many times my students have over-reacted to a problem that is not a ‘big deal’ or that could have easily been solved by engaging in simple low level actions.
This product allows students to think about problem sizes AND their reactions through a series of worksheets and activities as well as provide students with portable strategy cards that they can utilize in their social environments to be able to effectively problem solve and react appropriately..
In conjunction with these activities, there is an interactive game utilizing task cards where students are able to practice what they have learned with their teacher or within a small group.
How my behaviors and actions make others feel
This packet is designed to teach students with social skill deficits to identify how different actions may affect other people’s feelings/emotions (both positive and negative emotions) and then possible SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES that may be experienced as a result of making others feel that way. The packet is broken down into 3 key components:
Part 1- Use of worksheets and activities to teach the concept about how actions affect others, as well as identify the correct/incorrect way to handle a situation.
Part 2- An interactive activity that involves 408 different scenario cards. Students read the cards and select how the action described in the scenarios would make other feel. This can be completed as a game with multiple students or as a 1:1 interactive teaching method. Students are encouraged to think about why the scenario would make others feel a certain emotion, social consequences experienced as a result of those feelings, and then different solutions if the action resulted in negative emotions/consequences.
Part 3- Data tracking and behavior change goals- Once students are able to identify actions they engage in that may make others have negative thoughts, goals can be set and tracked (using student self monitoring data) to encourage more appropriate actions.
Social skill and behavior practice, reflection and improvement
This packet is designed to promote positive behavior change in students with Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as in students who experience daily struggles with social skills and problem behaviors. In order for students to be an active participant in behavior change and learn appropriate social skills, they need to be able to reflect on and self identify ‘what they did good’ ‘what went wrong’ and then ‘what they can do to have a better response next time’. They also need to be motivated to WANT to change.
This product therefore provides activities to provide just the supports that students need to:
“Think” about the social skill
“Practice” the social skill/desired behavior
“Reflect” on just how well they executed the skill (what did they do well/poorly and how will they improve the next time they have to use the skill)
“Record/track” their correct execution of each skill/desired behavior
“Improve” by increasing goals/targets of correct skill execution over time
If you’re looking for ‘quick, simple’ and concise information on 14 key emotions to enhance social and emotional learning (alongside quick activities that students can ‘make, take and go’ to take home for personal reference), then look no further.
For each of the 14 emotions included within this packet, information is provided on WHAT each emotion is alongside a variety of engaging activities to help your students ‘think’ about each emotion as well as relate the emotions to their own personal experiences.
These tri-folds are perfect to help supplement social emotional learning activities/lessons and are an excellent learning tool that each student can keep, take home and frequently refer to when needed.
The key emotions included within this packet are:
Each booklet is available in both color AND black and white options.
Students with Autism or other social skill deficits often struggle with inferring hidden messages and expectations presented in their everyday social environments. How are students expected to know that their friend is mad at them if their friend doesn’t tell them? How are students expected to know what voice level they should be using in the classroom unless the teacher tells them? Well they are able to find the answers to these questions by reading their friend’s body language and by reading the environment to see what voice level other students are using in the classroom (eg, if everyone is talking quietly, then we copy them and talk using the same level). However, students with Autism and other social skill deficits often have difficulty in reading these clues independently and can often engage in behaviors/say words that do not match the social situation (and at times are actions/words that may get them into trouble).
This packet provides a wide range of different activities that allow students to practice inferring different aspects of the social environment including reading body language/facial expressions, predicting what may happen next given a person’s actions, reading the hidden message in someone’s words and reading immediate clues in the environment (and figuring out what you need to do given those clues).
***Please note, this is an updated version of my original social inferencing packet (updated clip art, replacement of some clip art with real life pictures, some updated scenarios). If you purchased the original, please do not re-purchase this packet. Please send a screenshot of your receipt to email@example.com, and I will email you the updated packet of your original purchase.***
Specifically in this packet you will find:
-What would happen if? Answer key (3 pages)
-What would happen if? Activities (6 pages)
-What is happening? Answer key (4 pages)
-What is happening? Activities (12 pages)
-Read the situation 1 .Answer key (3 pages)
-Read the situation 1. Activities (8 pages)
-Read the situation 2. Answer key (2 pages)
-Read the situation 2. Activities (4 pages)
-Breaking down a social situation. Answer key (2 pages)
-Breaking down a social situation. Activities (8 pages)
-What do they really mean? 1. Answer key (3 pages)
-What do they really mean? 1. Activities (8 pages)
-What do they really mean? 2. Answer key (1 page)
-What do they really mean? 2. Activities (2 pages)
-Did the action match the social situation? 1. Answer key (2 pages)
-Did the action match the social situation? 1. Activities (7 pages)
-Did the action match the social situation? 2. Answer key (3 pages)
-Did the action match the social situation? 2. Activities (12 pages)
-Reading the environment. Answer key (4 pages)
-Reading the environment. Activities (11 pages)
-Reading facial expressions/body language. Answer key (4 pages)
-Reading facial expressions/body language. Activities (11 pages)
-What will happen next? Answer key (3 pages)
-What will happen next? Activities (12 pages)
In this packet you will find a comprehensive set of activities to address a variety of key social skills. Students are introduced to each social skill through a variety of activities including social stories, worksheets and interactive board games. In addition, students get to practice each skill and receive reinforcement for correctly performing the skill in their social environments through behavior reflection/feedback and self monitoring. 215 pages of activities are included within this packet.
Activities can be stored together in a binder
Specific skills addressed:
-Listening to others