Some children struggle to understand and engage in appropriate social behavior. They benefit from explicit teaching to better understand what things we should or should not, do or say.
This packet includes 3 fun and interactive perspective taking activities that teach children to consider how their behavior affects others around them. These activities focus on teaching children how to be polite, vs. impolite ("polite or not quite right").
I find that these activities are great for children with social learning challenges AND for all children developing social awareness. Kids really enjoy doing these fun and interactive activities!
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********************Included, Please Find: 55 Pages
Suggestions For Use/Activity Directions Page
1 Vocabulary Page
3 Visuals for Vocabulary Words: Being Polite, Not Quite, Lying
18 Scenario Cards, 1 Chart, 36 Response Cards
24 Were You Polite? Activity Cards, 2 Charts
18 "Think It or Say It" Cards, 5 Polite or Not Quite: Thought Bubble/Speech Bubble Activity Cards
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Given social scenarios in which the responses provided are either "polite" or "not polite", STUDENT will determine which response is appropriate by classifying it as "polite" or "not polite" , with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 scenarios, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given social scenarios in which an exchange of comments takes place, STUDENT will provide a "polite" socially appropriate response, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 exchanges, by MONTH, YEAR.