Can you build a “brainbow” by identifying the six social language ideas
that help us connect with other people? In these activities, you will help your students learn the code for each social language concept (different colored brains) and then use them in activities to build brainbows.
These concepts include: thoughts/feelings, non-verbals, the words we use, people, place and timing.
While it won’t lead to a pot of gold, it will help your student’s understand social success just a bit better! Perfect for upper elementary ages (
or those working at this social cognitive level) .
⭐Brainbow teaching cards/mini-posters
⭐Social scenario card game and brainbow templates
⭐Brainbow template to use with Youtube clips
(commercials, movie previews, etc..)
⭐ Emotional Regulation, Social Emotional, Spring
⭐ Social Skills Activities: Perspective taking
⭐ Social Skills Bulletin Board Activity: emotional regulation