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Household Clothing Items Sort

Sort the the items you would find in your home. Use the visual cues to help you.


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Acting Like You’re Interested

When we talk to our friends, it may be a topic that we are not interested in. A good friend still acts like they’re interested in others’ interests or topics, even if they aren’t.


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Leaving People Out

We can be a good friend by including others. When we leave people out or don’t include them, they might feel sad or hurt. That’s why it’s important to always try to include others.


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Listening in Class

When our teacher is talking, we should always listen. If we don’t listen, we could miss important directions or information. Fill in the blank with ways to be a good listener.


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Things You Want vs. Need

Wants and needs are different. A need is something you have to have, like food. A want is something you would like to have, but you don’t really need. Sort wants vs. needs below.


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Birthday!

It was your birthday on Shabbos, and today you brought in a cake to share with your friends. Here are some things you can say!


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It was my birthday!

My birthday was on Shabbos, and today you brought in a cake to share with your friends. Here are some things that you can say!


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Asking for Permission

It’s important to always ask a teacher for permission. That means asking them if it’s okay to do or use something in your class, before you do it. Match the choices below.


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Answering Questions in Class

When we want to participate or give an answer in class there are a few social rules to follow. If we forget to use these rules, we could make our teacher and friends feel annoyed.


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Answering Questions in Class

When we want to participate or ask questions in class there are a few social rules to follow. If we forget to use these rules, we could make our teacher and friends feel annoyed.


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Asking for Help in Class

When we feel confused about something in class, it’s always okay to ask a teacher for help. It’s better to ask and get the help we need, than to stay confused.


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Blurting in Class

Blurting means talking or shouting out when we shouldn’t. If we blurt out, other’s could have negative thoughts about us. Fill in ways to participate in class without blurting out.


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Blurting

Blurting means talking or shouting out when we shouldn’t. If we blurt out, other’s could have bad thoughts about us. Think of ways to participate in class without blurting out.


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