Winter Social Skill Activities for Speech Therapy

Grade Levels
2nd - 8th
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42 pages
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Included in this pack are activities to work on social skills and conversation with students who may have weaknesses with perspective taking, conversation, and tone of voice.

What are they Thinking Perspective taking activity?

Pages 3 & 5- Visual posters. Print on cardstock and laminate. Write with dry erase marker what the kids think Jessie or snowman is thinking.

Pages 4 &6- 9 stimulus cards on each page with scenarios. The students then need to think about what Jessie or the snowman are thinking based on the scenario.

Winter themed conversation activity

Page 8- social skills story for having a conversation about a friend’s interest.

Page 9-11- brainstorming sheets for figuring out other people’s winter interests or hobbies. There is a sheet for coming up with questions and comments related to talking about their friend’s winter hobbies. You can have the student’s role play having a conversation about winter activities.

Page 13-Tone of Voice visual poster and warm up activity for understanding tone of voice.

Page 14-15: Practice using your voice to show different emotions. Each card has someone saying something about the Winter season. Have the students practice saying their sentence using the emotion card they picked. Then talk about if their tone of voice matched the words and situation.

Page 16: blank sheet cards for your own expressions or emotions

Pages 18-19: There are 12 problems with a winter theme. Students read the scenario and then answer what the problem is and how to solve the problem.

Pages 21-33: Real life photos to work on perspective taking and “What are they thinking?” Download my PDF file to your IPAD, use on your laptop, SMARTBOARD or print on cardstock and laminate. Have your students think of phrases that the people could be thinking in the pictures. Ask them inferencing questions such as “Where do you think the people are?”, “What do you think they are doing?” and “What clues in the picture help you to think that is what the person is thinking?”

Pages 34-42: Snowball Conversation Game. Be the first player to build their snowball tower! Pick a conversation topic. When a student asks a question, you give them a question snowball to add to their snowball tower. Same for if someone makes a comment. If someone interrupts or talks too much, you can give them a penalty card. They either have to remove the snowball or take a snowball off. The person to get the most question and comment snowballs wins!

If you liked this pack you may be interested in my other social skill packs that can be used all year long!

What Planet Are You On Social Skills Pack

Help! I Need Social Skills

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