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PERSPECTIVE TAKING is a very important and complex social skill for children to learn. Understanding how, why and when to use an appropriate VOICE VOLUME and TONE OF VOICE, can be challenging for some children.

These fun and interactive activities teach children how, why and when to modify their voice volume and tone of voice.

The activities are differentiated to meet the needs of many learners k-5th grade or ability level.


♥♥♥ What People Are Saying About This Product:

"love all of your sets! This was very helpful" -Allison

"This is a wonderful way for students to learn self-control when talking!!" -Liz

"Great resource for teaching voice volume and tone of voice- concepts that are related but often incorrectly used interchangeably. I liked that I could modify this resource from simple to more complex based on the needs of my students." -Christina


Included Please Find: 59 Pages


Directions For Activity 1-A

4 Voice Volume Scales
Activity Cards For Option A (18 cards)
1 Editable Page

Directions For Activity 1-B

40 Picture Cards For Option B
20 Written Cards For Option B
1 Editable Page

Directions For 1-C (Making Kazoos: You supply the materials)



Directions For Activity 2-A

Cards For Option A (12 cards)
1 Editable Page

Directions For Activity 2-B

Activity Worksheets For 2-B (6 Worksheets)
1 Editable Page

Directions For Option C

Spinner For Activity 2-C
Arrows and Spinner Directions For Activity 2-C
Cards For Activity 2-C (16 cards)
1 Editable Page


Jobs Of The Speaker
Jobs Of The Listener
Given a scenario and voice volume explanation chart, STUDENT will determine the appropriate volume and tone of voice to be used in that situation, with 80% accuacy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
This item is recommended for the following grade levels:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

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