The 24 cards in this set each pose a different everyday situation between you and another person who is upset, angry, depressed, embarrassed, frustrated, happy etc. At the end of each card, you will be challenged to put yourself in the other person's shoes and are then asked "What will you say?" I made these cards to use with my middle school and high school aged autistic kids. Use them to practice responding with kindness and compassion before a real-life situation arises. An appropriate response may be easier to form when needed if it has been practiced beforehand.
There are 8 cards on each 8 1/2 X 11 page that you will cut apart. I laminate mine. I put a lot of my lesson materials on these individual-sized task cards as the kids respond positively to them in this format. I'm not sure why, but maybe it's because they are concrete and non-threatening, with each card holding just one problem, and they can see the end in sight as the pile goes down. During therapy we take turns giving answers, myself included, so that I can model appropriate responses. No answers are included as many different responses may be appropriate.
The graphics that I used for this activity were made by Krista Wallden.