All About Social Skills: Packet One

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Purchase this product in my  Teachers Pay Teachers Store here!

This is a 91-page packet targeting:
1) Personal Space
2) Dealing with Anger
3) Being a Good Friend


For personal space, the following is included:

-Social Story (in color and black & white)

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-Expected vs Unexpected Behavior Sort

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-Black and White Homework Sheets

-Personal Space Reminder Cards (simple cards)

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-Personal Space Visual + Activity

For dealing with anger, the following is included:
-Social Story (in color and black & white)
-Expected vs Unexpected Behavior Sort

-Black and White Homework Sheets
-Break Reminder Cards (simple cards; “I need a break”)

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-Feeling Visuals

-Dealing with Anger Situation Cards

For being a good friend, the following is included:
-Social Story (in color and black & white)
-Expected vs Unexpected Behavior Sort
-Black and White Homework Sheets
-Good Friend Reminder Cards (simple cards)

-Good Friend Posters

-Being a Good Friend Situation Cards
(for being a good friend, six skills are emphasized: complimenting, taking turns/sharing, asking questions, playing, cheering friends up, and helping friends)

Throughout the product, pictures were chosen to be clear and understandable to your kiddos! Visuals are provided whenever possible!

If you’re interested in purchasing this product for your speech room, check it out in my Teachers Pay Teachers store here or my Teachers Notebook store here.

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2 Comment

  1. Reply
    November 16, 2013 at 11:55 PM

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Reply
      November 17, 2013 at 10:24 AM

      You’re welcome! I appreciate the support 🙂

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