This worksheet focuses on what to say in different social situations.
It is important to comment or ask a question as part of turn taking in a conversation.
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.
If we say all of our thoughts out loud, we can hurt other people’s feelings. We can use a filter to keep in thoughts we should only think and let out the thoughts we can say.
Write a Y for Yes, or a N for No
Friendship boundaries are guidelines and rules that will help you create healthy and lasting relationships with your peers.
What does the body language indicate?
How would you deal with this situation?
Match each situation to an emotion you could feel if this were to happen to you. Tell about another time you felt this way.
We can match the size of our reaction to the size of the problem.
Decide if the thought is a “Smooth Thought” or a “Prickly Thought”
Public means out in the open for all to see. Private means things we keep to ourselves. There are some things we only talk about in private.
Match each scenario with the corresponding feelings & thoughts
Being flexible means we can change or adapt our behavior. It helps us handle hard situations and lets others have good thoughts about us. Tell if each behavior is being flexible.
Context clues are the hints in a sentence we can use to tell us what words mean. It helps to read the sentence, find the clue, and figure out it’s meaning!
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?
Use for modeling and role playing in social situations for introducing yourself.
Practice your detective skills to figure out what is going on in each situation! There are clues that tell you what really happened in each one.
When talking to classmates in school, there are things we should keep in our head and “think” or things that are okay to say.