Social Skills - Friends
Here are some social skills worksheets I put together for my class. These are some of the issues we deal with on a daily basis. I bought some cute social skills books that I read prior to writing each lesson. "My Mouth is a Volcano" "How to be a Friend" and "How to lose all your Friends". To be honest, I had a particular student in mind when I bought each one of these books (you do not need the books to use the worksheets). I wrote the worksheets to represent some of their actual issues. I…
Behaviour Management & 1-2-3 Magic for Teachers
Fun With Firsties, 1 2 3 magic, behaviour management
Anxiety is common in children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. Here is a set of 32 cards for you to download and cut out to play a therapy game. The cards feature eight children with different anxiety profiles. Card users identify with the children described on the cards and increase awareness of their own anxiety issues. Tags: anxiety, Asperger's, social skills card game
What Color Are My Feelings? Workbook: Middle School Edition - Speech Paths
Many of you enjoyed the elementary version of the Zones Workbook I posted. Here is the middle school version! Reinforce the Zones of Regulation concepts with 25 interactive worksheet activities that compile into a personalized workbook!
Here is a list of ideas that I have employed at various times in a mental health setting for groups of adults, children, and teens. 1. Lighthouse Visualization: You are lost at sea on a stormy...
If Only I Had Super Powers....
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Perspective Taking Activities - Speech Paths
Perspective taking activities that work great with Zones of Regulation & Social Thinking!
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Activities for "You Are A Social Detective…"
This post contains Amazon Affiliate links for your convenience. Recently I brought you my review of You Are A Social Detective: Explaining Social ThinkingⓇ to Kids by Michelle Garcia Winner and Pa…
Social Thinking: "Just Me" versus "Being Part of a Group"
Another concept taught in Michelle Winner's Social Thinking curriculum involves being a "Just Me" (borrowed from an old Munro Leaf book) versus a "Thinking of Others" type of person. "Just Me" behavior revolves around only thinking of yourself and what you want. "Just Me" behaviors include always wanting to be first, always wanting to play what you suggest instead of anything others might want to play, always wanting to be the winner in the games, only talking about topics of interest to…
These train panels are to help reinforce certain conversation basics in kids with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. They are a small part of my Conversation Train Kit I sell. They are free for you to print out for your classroom or speech room. This was pinned by pinterest.com/joelshaul/ . Follow all our boards. Tags: asperger's, autism, conversation, social skills teaching, SLP
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Superflex Coloring Page. For each character, Identify the Problem each Unthinkable Causes, and the Strategies Superflex uses to defeat the Unthinkable. Then have the participant color in their character. For Superflex, just list what strategies he uses to defeat the Unthinkables.
High Five For Friendship!
When friends argue, what do you do? Begin with helping your client understand that even very good friends get into arguments, and this is ok, as long as they are able to work through it without hurting each other. Write this "high five" out as a way to remember in a journal or as a poster. Then practice, practice, practice! 1. Stop: Just like STAR, you stop your body, what you are saying and doing, in order to think. 2. Explain: In a calm voice, explain your side. 3. Listen: Now it is the…