Latest Batch of Social Skills Videos!

By Brittany Lehane March 5, 2016

Our Latest Additions this Month!

As we announced last month, we’ll be adding new videos to our library every month from now until the end of the school year! We’ve also been playing around with new features such as our Social Shorts and animations. Our first video featuring animations is out now!

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Video 1: Sharing

Bobby looks frustrated because Christine is not sharing!

Bobby looks frustrated because Christine is not sharing!

Sharing focuses on the consequences of not sharing with another person. Christine is having a tough time sharing the iPad with Bobby who then in turn has negative feelings about her and does not want to play with her. Christine learns that sharing, although hard, is a necessary part of friendships.

Video 2: Opinions

Teaching how to express your opinions

Teaching how to express your opinions

In Opinions, our students learn how to voice an opinion without making others upset. We also take a look at what happens when someone has a different opinion than you. Andrew tries to change Bobby’s mind rather than accepting that other people have their own thoughts. By the end, he learns that it is okay for others to have differing opinions. This is a helpful skill that is important in many aspects of life from school to a work environment.

Video 3: Compromising

Using animations to break down the steps of compromising!

Using animations to break down the steps of compromising!

As you can see from the picture, this is our first release of videos with animation. We are so excited to hear what you guys think! We really loved the idea of using visuals to explain difficult concepts such as compromising. Each box above the girl’s heads represents something they want to do. Later in the video we actually show the ideas rather than just colored boxes. They learn to take one idea from both people, while each giving up one idea, to compromise. Let us know if you want to see more animations like this one!

Video 4: Using Clues in Conversation

Kate uses the clues coming from Emily to figure out something they can talk about. Can you guess?

Kate uses the clues coming from Emily to figure out something they can talk about. Can you guess?

This video is a nice example to teach students how to use the clues that are around them to connect with others. At the beginning Kate isn’t sure what to talk about with Emily and their conversation ends as quickly as it began. When she observes Emily and looks at the clues she sees that Emily is carrying a Harry Potter notebook. That must be something Emily is interested in! When Kate brings up the books, the girls have a lot to talk about!

We hope you and your students are enjoying this new batch! Be on the lookout for next month’s as well! Feel free to let us know you’re thoughts in emails, comments here, or on Facebook! We’re creating new videos all the time and love to use the feedback we hear from our community! If you haven’t subscribed to our video library yet, check out the 30 day free trial here.  As always follow us on TwitterPinterest, and like us on Facebook for the newest info on our tools, tech, & therapy ideas!

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Rachel Veilleux says

I'm wondering, would all new videos be included with the $79.99 bundle?

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