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Social Skills Lessons

Social Lessons

This area is filled with ideas on improving social understanding that can be used individually or in a small group setting.  The lessons are great to use either at school or at home.

 

 

10 Things to do Instead of Hitting, Kicking, Biting or Hurting Others In Any Way
Airplane Team
Angry Words Object Lesson
Asking for Help
Compliment Circle
Conversation Street Vocabulary
Fidget vs. Distraction
Flexible Thinking vs. Rock Thinking
Following Directions Using a Barrier Game
Individual Problem Thermometer
Learning About Idioms
Let's Play a Game
Letting Other's Be First
Making Mistakes
Me Bags
Mud Manners
My Feelings Book
Role Reversal
Social Clue
Teaching Eye Contact
Thinking Eyes
Timeline
Using Movies to Teach Social Skills
Using Snack Time to Build Communication
What is the Size of Your Problem?
When I Feel Angry
Whole Body Listening
Why We Use Kind Words
Why We Use Our Words

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