Materials, Social Skills

Social Skill Visuals

  1. Ruth Ness says:

    These look amazing!!!

  2. Kelly Leis says:

    The WHY part is so crucial – I love the reflection questions!

  3. Khris Davis says:

    Always looking for new products for social skills as my caseload is expanding in this area. Thanks so much.

  4. Megan F says:

    These beauties have been on my wishlist! Visuals are so important for my kiddos so I know these would benefit them a ton!

  5. vickie says:

    This would be wonderful for one of the 8th graders that I work with. Could be incorporated into each of his sessions.

  6. Kathryn Scudieri says:

    I love the exit slips for increasing self-awareness! Such an awesome idea.

  7. Emily says:

    This would be a handy resource to have in my toolkit as a grad student soon to be graduating. πŸ™‚

  8. Sarah says:

    I also feel like I’m slacking on the social language visuals. These could help my students focus on which social skill we’re targeting, and I like the opportunity for them to self check at the end if the session.

  9. Annie G says:

    Love this product! I’ll have to add it to my wishlist. I’m really interested to see how the positive self talk portion works with my students. So many of my high functioning students have negative feelings about themselves and others and it will be great for them to learn and feel more positively about themselves!

  10. Samantha says:

    Social skills activities are so hard to find- especially for the older guys! This looks great for both individual and group settings! The reflection questions are so important for kids of all ages

  11. Kelsey says:

    Looks great! I like your reflection questions– I have a few social skills students who can do alright with their goal in structured practice, but will argue sometimes about why it doesn’t matter throughout the rest of their day.

  12. Grace Sitton says:

    The social skills visuals look amazing and would be a great tool to use with my students!!!

  13. Greta says:

    Love the visuals, reflection questions, and self-monitoring sheets! This would be really useful to explain the “why” and help with carryover. πŸ™‚

  14. Jessica says:

    Looks like it would be a great resource!!!

  15. Jessica G says:

    I like the self monitoring sheets to encourage carryover. Thank you!

  16. Erin says:

    Providing students with a concrete example of these skills will be so helpful! A lot of my visual learners will be able to grasp the concepts now that they’re in such a friendly, helpful format. Thank you!!

  17. Suzanne Roberts says:

    I love th combination of the explanation and a picture visual. It makes these sheets very flexible to use in therapy!

  18. Michelle says:

    Looks like a handy resource for social skills!

  19. Kate says:

    I love this product! A great visual for these kids that need a little extra help. I especially like how you brought in the Wh questions.

  20. Susan says:

    As a soon-to-be CF in the public schools, these look like they would be super helpful!

  21. Ciara says:

    These are definitely something I am looking into purchasing! I only have 1 student with social skill goals but everyone can benefit from these reminders. I love that you included the reflection questions and that they are only a 1/2 page so they can easily be on the table but not distracting. Thank you for creating such awesome products!

  22. Lindsay says:

    these look fab!

  23. Carol says:

    This looks like a great way to continue social thinking while working in a mixed group!

  24. Carolyn says:

    These are awesome! I just finished my internship at a school and LOVED it. I can’t wait to start my CF!

  25. Michelle says:

    Love the visuals! I am a grad student who would love to add this to my materials

  26. Ginny says:

    I love the visuals! Great idea to use with my own kiddos.

  27. Kayla says:

    This is so helpful for middle school students with social language goals!

  28. Lindsay L says:

    These visuals are great! and would be very helpful in mixed groups.

  29. Lea says:

    My junior high kids would really benefit from these visuals that break down the conversational processes into chunks! I really like the reflection questions because they will help them think about situations that they have experienced or might experience in the future. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  30. Katie says:

    This would be a wonderful resource in my clinical fellowship! I am a big fan of your materials!

  31. Ilana says:

    I love these visuals and reflection questions! Due to curriculum changes I can’t take any of my students with social skills together this would be so helpful with those mixed groups.

  32. Kelly says:

    I love this!! I am in my clinical fellowship year and always looking for great ideas! Thank you πŸ™‚

  33. Helen Wagner says:

    This is such a needed resource! This would be great for my social skills groups!!! You have a knack for knowing what we need!

  34. Kellie says:

    I’m adding these to my wish list!

  35. Debbie says:

    Working with cognitively Impaired and autistic, visuals are the way to go in teaching any skill. Thanks for making these. It makes so much sense!

  36. Maggie says:

    Looks like a great idea! Thanks so much for putting all we do for social skills in a great format/organized!

  37. Kelsey Schiele says:

    These look so great! Such an organized way to approach the HUGE area that social communication entails!

  38. Bessie Moreno says:

    I really love this idea. Can’t wait to start using it!

  39. Jada Smith says:

    I love this! Visuals help so much! πŸ™‚

  40. Kymber Broadhead says:

    This looks so awesome! I’m just starting to apply for grad school, but you have some awesome resources. Thanks!

  41. Angela Moorad says:

    I have several patients with Autism who could benefit from these new social skills visuals. Thanks for making them and the opportunity to win a set! ? ~ Angela

  42. Joan Pasqua says:

    The reflections pages are awesome to tie it all together. Our kids need to understand why they are working on these issues!

  43. Myra says:

    These look wonderful!!

  44. Teresa Lass says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! Fingers crossed…

  45. Michelle Cayemberg says:

    This is exactly want I need for my third graders. It is appropriate for their age and I love the tasks.

  46. Tiffany B. says:

    These are so great! I love the exit slips so students can monitor their own behavior. My students seem to struggle most with self-monitoring so this would be really helpful.

  47. This pack looks great! Love the student friendly definitions and easy to understand graphics!

  48. Jenna says:

    Appropriate groups can be so hard to find, especially when there’s only one or two kids targeting social skills on my caseload. I love that this modifies anything to help the student focus on a specific skill.

  49. Alexis says:

    Theses visuals seem like a great way to reinforce why my social skills students come to speech and what we are working on. I love how you broke it down so it’s much more manageable per session than a blanket social skills session. As I work with the 3:1 model, I feel this could also help the general ed teachers know what we are focusing on to better support generalization of these skills – plus it could be a small lesson for the whole class!

  50. Kristine says:

    I really like this packet. I like that you made it appropriate for older students too!

  51. Jenna says:

    This product would be PERFECT for two of my high school student I am seeing during lunch time during a mixed skills group to address generalization of goals.

  52. Stephanie Bigham says:

    This is on my wish list for sure!!

  53. Adi says:

    I could see this product being so helpful for a bunch of my groups! Even in groups where everyone is working on social skills, a visual cue for a particular student is so much easier and less intrusive than constant verbal reminders.

  54. Linda says:

    These are great! Perfect for students with ASD, ADD, EBD or SLD! Love the visual supports as well as the self reflection component. Thanks for creating this!

  55. Gretchen says:

    I cannot wait to use these in my classroom!

  56. Carrie says:

    Love the visual supports and explanations!

  57. amber says:

    This looks great….all I want for Christmas is this!

  58. Leigha says:

    This is a great visual! Can’t wait to use it!

  59. Jill says:

    These are really nice visual supports. I plan to use them at home with my son!

  60. lauren says:

    This would be perfect for my middle school group. Fingers crossed that I win!

  61. Kayla says:

    These look like great visuals to use and I love the self-reflection portion! I have so many students who need support with carryover and rating themselves will be great for supporting that!

  62. Hannah says:

    This is awesome! Love how it spells everything out nicely and LOVE the reflection piece!

  63. Shara Kuehl says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the visuals!!! And the Exit Slip for Self-Reflection and Assessment!

  64. Kalli Nelson says:

    These social skills visuals are EVERYTHING!!! The reflection piece is an amazing compliment πŸ™‚ I have so many littles that would benefit from this

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