Summer Social Skills

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Speech Time Fun
Grade Levels
PreK - 9th
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  1. Struggling to find age appropriate summer themed materials to use in your speech sessions for both elementary and upper elementary students? With these low prep and no prep activities you will have plenty of diverse summer themed activities for your sessions that work on a wide variety of goals and
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Five activities in one download: That's what you get in this resource pack! Social skills are critical to teach, and this 5-in-1 resource will help your students practice appropriate social skills in a variety of ways through games and conversation.


What awesome resources are included?
★ Four review worksheets are provided throughout the pack to assist with carryover and practice of the skills

★ Good Seahorse vs. Bad Seahorse: Students will sort the scenarios listed into the correct categories. Use these scenarios to elicit conversation.

★ Sunglasses Topic Maintenance and Turn-Taking: Six topic cards are provided. Sorting cards: Questions and answers are related to the topic cards. Students must sort these cards by the appropriate topic. Once sorted, students can work together to arrange the conversation into the correct order to make sense. Have students act out the conversations, as well. Can they add to it and keep it going? Can they work together to make a list of more questions and answers related to the topic?

★ Conversation Starter Scene: Print and laminate a beach scene for each student. Students must pick a card and start that conversation. Once they do so appropriately, they can add the image on that card onto their beach scene. Once all of the cards are used, the students can ask each other for images to help complete their beach scenes. Can they describe their scenes to each other?

★ Flip Flop Conversation Topics: Print and laminate the board game provided. Grab a die and game pieces. Students must roll a die and move along the game board. Each spot has a topic on it. When students land on a flip flop, they must express a sentence that is related to that topic.

★ Beach Ball What Should You Do? Card Game: Students must pick a card and respond with what they would do based on the scenario on the card. If they pick the “bonus turn” card, then they can go again. The student with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner.


What are other customers saying about this product?
"I bought and downloaded this this morning and have already used it with a student - it was exactly what I needed and I love all the different ways to target these goals. Thank you for this!"

"It's so hard to find seasonal activities during ESY. Thank you for putting together such a fabulous lesson! Can't wait to use it!!!"

"I used parts of this with my CI students in our summer program. They especially liked sorting the situations (Good Seahorse/Bad Seahorse) but we used thumbs up/thumbs down. Thanks!"


Want other social skills resources? Check these out:
No Prep Social Skills Activities
No Prep Social Skills for Older Students
What Would You Do Wizarding Social Inferences QR Code Fun


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