Labeling activities to help students read nonverbal cues in others and identify how they are feeling by linking it to the zone of regulation.
-7 picture scenes with corresponding labels
-7 corresponding worksheets for identifying the
Companion to WASFUNNYWASONCE lessons.
-3 point silly scale
-5 point silly scale
-13 Scenarios to rate on the silly scales
-Serious vs. Silly Times Coloring Sort
-Social Story (Expected vs Unexpected way to be funny)
Resource for helping students differentiate between expected and unexpected shares.
-Blurts Hurt Poster
-Multiple Choice Questions
-Blurt Alert Cards
-13 written scenarios to process with your class/group about
Interactive Social Skills Lesson
-Video example of how to work well in a partnership
-Expected/Unexpected partner behaviors
-Links to free online coding activities
-Visual cue cards
-Language scripts from how to disagree politely
-Visuals and definitions of the 4 colored thoughts (i.e., green, yellow, red, blue)
-Written scenarios for deciding what color thoughts others are having
-Visual scenarios for deciding what color thoughts others are having
Worksheets for practicing how to accept/reject peer's ideas, share your own ideas, and give compliments while engaged in play.
Worksheets for how to use language to join in conversations and play.
How to Join a Group Visual
Interactive game for helping students practice giving compliments and cheering others up.
-30 task cards
-Blank cards for writing your own prompts/questions
-Bonus role-play scenarios and teaching ideas