A fun way to target "WH" questions, including "WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY!" In order to cover up a called Bingo number on their Bingo sheet, students must correctly answer the corresponding "WH" question. 5 in a row and B-I-N-G-O! When your
An easy way to target "opposite" concepts! Print and cut to create flashcards. Then, use as drill work or place cards upside down on a table and ask students to find and match opposite pairs. Simple & fun!
Do you work with students who have difficulty understanding someone else's perspective? Here are 16 conversation or writing topics to help get your students thinking...and realizing not all people think the same way! Download & print to use as
A fun and easy way to target the "WHERE" and "WHEN" concepts! Read the statements aloud and ask your students if each one indicates "WHERE" or "WHEN." Students can also split statements into the two categories. Afterwards, have students create
Use with your students who have difficulty identifying feelings/emotions based on what people SAY. After the worksheets have been completed, have your students read the sentences out loud, using the appropriate tone of voice. Feel free to add hand
A sweet and easy Valentine's Day card for kids to make and give to a special person! Not only fun, but also a great way to practice basic language and writing skills! Kids will have a blast coming up with creative (and maybe silly) ways to tell
This packet includes a social story and some “real life” scenarios to help your students practice faking, or pretending, they feel something different from what they actually feel, in order to meet the social expectation.