Supports for home, community and classroom
Use these lessons and activities to teach social skills to older kids. Just some of the lessons and activities target being respectful, following directions, accepting criticism, working with others, understanding emotions, dealing with anger, understanding perspectives, accepting different perspectives, flexible thinking, understanding social cues, developing empathy, using perspectives to resolve conflicts, and MUCH more.
Every child needs some support with social skills. These are my go to books for teaching social skills in the classroom. Noise level too high? There's a book for that. Need to work on being kind? Theres a book for that too. These are 14 of my absolute favorites for reading aloud in the classroom. #readaloud #books #socialskills
Use social scripts to help kids with autism or others who struggle with social situations. These are over 50 social scripts focusing on life skills, friendships, skills at school, and managing emotions. Skills cover everything from brushing your teeth to raising your hand in class. Kids will make their own individualized social scripts binder and add the stories they need!
Autism and social skills | Teaching emotional self-regulation, self-control, communication skills, problem solving skills, and social skills to kids with autism doesn’t need to be difficult, and this collection of special needs parenting tips and social skills activities will give you the inspiration you need to help your child make friends and socialize in an age-appropriate manner. #autism #selfcontrol #selfregulation #socialskills #socialemotional
Have students who engage in challenging behavior to get attention? This social story set with supporting activity can help your students with autism or behavioral issues. It has sorting expected / unexpected ways of waiting and behavior, a protocol for teaching a student to gain attention and 4 single page and multi-page social stories. #socialstories #autismclassroom #rti #behaviorsupport #attentionseeking
ADHD kids often have impaired social skills that lead to peer rejection, social conflict and social isolation. In the short term, this can mean emotional pain and low self-esteem. But there are longer term consequences as well. Find out what you should know about social skills for kids with ADHD. #ADHDkids #socialskills #parentingtips