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This worksheet focuses on what to say in different social situations.
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.
Our new premium packets are worksheet bundles to give even more social skills content! Our first one, Conversation Drivers & Stoppers uses this same concept from our video lessons to teach how to drive a conversation or keep it going. Conversation Stoppers will stop a conversation before it is naturally over and generally cause uncomfortable or confused feelings.
This packet includes 36 scenario cards, a mini game, a poster with visuals, as well as a homework and review page.
We recommend this packet for any students working on conversation skills from elementary to middle school. Use in tandem with our Conversation Drivers & Stoppers video lesson and activities. We have a wide range of interactive activities on this concept from Bingo and Guess What Happens Next to Fork in the Road and Two Sides which use video clips to work on this skill in many different ways.
It is important to comment or ask a question as part of turn taking in a conversation.
Problems often happen and they usually are a surprise. This can make us upset and cause us to overreact. We need to think about how we react and get help if we need it.
Think about how to use each strategy. Would you be able to just do it yourself or do you need to ask an adult first?
Conversation GPS is an interactive game designed for two or more players. Set up in a board game style, players have to navigate through a conversation using our game cards as a GPS to pick topics, make comments, ask questions, and respond! With spaces like “Shift the Topic” and “Pay the ticket”, there are many fun obstacles and challenges along the way. The first to drive their car to the end of the board is the winner!
For many students, starting, sustaining, and remaining on topic in a conversation is challenging. The goal of our Conversation GPS is to offer a supported fun platform for students to practice conversations, gain confidence, and experience success.
When we’re talking, playing, or doing anything with others, they might be thinking or feeling different things than we are. We can try to think about these things.
What does the body language indicate?
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.
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.
Everyone has different interests. Sometimes you are not interested in the same things as your friend. It is important to listen, ask questions and be respectful of their interests.
When friends disagree or have a misunderstanding everyone feels upset. Try to see it from their side, understand their feelings, and communicate your feelings so you can solve it.
In order to drive or keep a conversation going, we make comments and ask questions. Remember to show your listener that you’re interested with your words and body language!
This is an activity to help participants determine appropriate choices in regards to personal space.
Teasing can be a way of showing affection for another person. But teasing can also be used to embarrass people and hurt their feelings. Teasing that hurts is a form of bullying.
Understanding your own emotions is the first step in being able to regulate and control your feelings. When you see someone’s face change, look carefully and see how they feel.
Every day we all experience different emotions about what is happening. Sometimes others feel differently than you do. It is important to observe and see how others are feeling.
Asking questions can help us keep a conversation going. Match each related response and question to the comment.
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