Match each situation to an emotion you could feel if this were to happen to you. Tell about another time you felt this way.
This worksheet focuses on what to say in different social situations.
How would you deal with this situation?
Friendship boundaries are guidelines and rules that will help you create healthy and lasting relationships with your peers.
It is important to comment or ask a question as part of turn taking in a conversation.
Once you are calm, it may be easier to deal with problems that are frustrating. Match each problem with the strategy YOU would use.
When we solve problems we need to decide if they are big or small, if we need help solving them, and try out different solutions.
Use for modeling and role playing in social situations for introducing yourself.
These are good rules to follow for conversations. Choose what you should or shouldn’t do.
Sort each statement into things that SHOULD or SHOULD NOT happen in a conversation.
When disagreements or problems happen, it helps to use your social communication and problem solving skills to negotiate a solution.
We can match the size of our reaction to the size of the problem.
Tattling is for getting someone in trouble. Telling (reporting) is to keep you, others or property safe.
When playing a game or sport with or against others, it is important to handle yourself appropriately. For each scenario tell if the person is being a good sport or not.
Determine whether the sentence shows flexible thinking or rigid thinking.
Frustrated feelings can happen when you’re trying to do something different or new, and you’re not having success. Frustrated is an uncomfortable feeling.
Match the following sentences.
Read each situation and think about how the person will feel based on the action that had happened. Have you ever seen a situation like this?