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Reading the Room

We Read the Room to be a good group member whenever we share space with others. We think about the rules of that place, mood and energy levels, and the purpose of the group.


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Asking Questions

Match a question to each comment.


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Figurative Language

Read each type of figurative language and match to its corresponding example.


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Understanding Others’ Point of View

When we speak with others, there may be times when they have a different point of view. This means you have different opinions. When we consider their side, it helps us to decide.


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Showing You’re Listening

When others are talking, it’s our job to pay attention to them. They’ll know we are listening when we look at them, follow where they look, answer them, and nod our head.


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Handling Peer Pressure

Peer pressure is when others your age want you to do something you don’t think you should do. If you think it is wrong, you need to decide what is right and explain your thoughts.


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Good Attitude

Why it is important


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Active Listening

Soft skills are Important


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Accepting Help

My teachers are here to help me. It is important to be polite when they offer help, even if I don’t want any help.


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Home Speech Practice

Please listen to your child as he/she practices his/her Speech Sound.


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Home Speech Practice

Please listen to your child as he practices his/her Speech Sounds.


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Kindness Matters

Learning why kindness to others is important


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Kindness Matters

Learning why being kind to others is important.


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Happy Hands

Keeping my hands to myself.


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Happy Hands

Keeping my hands to myself.


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MobileHelp
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GPS Fill in the Blank
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