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Social Skills for Autism: A Super Bowl of Chips and Dip Game!
Social Skills for Autism: A Super Bowl of Chips and Dip Game! Here’s a game perfect for football week! With 24 social scenarios related to the big football game, students respond by telling us how they can react and what they could say to make the response socially appropriate. The younger students put out their football placemats and earn “chip” or “take a dip” cards. For the older students..


IEP Goals:
Given social scenarios with “what will you say” and “what will you do” questions, STUDENT will respond with at least one appropriate statement, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a structured activity or game which requires student responses, led by an adult, STUDENT will provide one on-topic response when asked a question, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
Feelings Emotions Flashcards
This HUGE multicultural card set has oodles of different people demonstrating the seven basic emotions (happy, sad, surprised, scared, thoughtful, tired, and angry) and even sick and funny feelings! The cards have no words on them so that you can show a wide range of emotions. (i.e. "happy" card could also be glad, good, cheerful, joyful, etc.). All photos have white backgrounds. Include..


IEP Goals:
Given real-life emotions flashcards with a variety of ages (baby, child, teenager, adult), STUDENT will identify the emotion, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.00
Autism Emotions Sorting Board and Flashcards
Autism: Autism Sorting Board EMOTIONS {Special Education} This Autism Sorting Board EMOTIONS activity comes complete with 24 Emotions Sorting Cards, two Sorting Boards (to be attached or used individually), 24 Emotions Flashcards, and two Storage Boards. Perfect for students with Autism and Special Needs, these real-life pictures will engage your students and keep them focused. A great Language..


IEP Goals:
Given real-life pictures depicting a specific emotion, STUDENT will identify the emotion by stating or physically imitating the emotion, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a sorting board with picture cards displaying specific emotion categories, STUDENT will place the cards in the correct categories, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.00
Social Tale How Do We Act At The Playground
A short primer and review of what is acceptable behavior on the playground.  Focusses on being prepared, safety and socialization.  Great for Elementary aged friends. ..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Social Tale Steps To Self-Control
This Social Tale breaks down the steps you must make to have good self-control.  Hopefully using these steps will become a habit and your students will gain control and self-confidence in good choices.   ..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Social Tale Hands To Yourself High School
A social tale that talks about what will happen as an adult when you touch others that do not wish to be touched. Written for Autism and describes the feelings of others when inappropriately touched and the possible outcome. ..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given verbal and visual reminders and social story discussing inappropriate touching for adolescents/teens, STUDENT will demonstrate understanding by keeping hands to self in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Matching Game Public or Private
Fantastic matching game for your students who need to review what is a Public behavior and what is a Private behavior. It reinforces for proper public behavior. Many of my friends with Autism need gentle reminders about where to preform private actions.  I found this game very usefull with students that had limited communication skills.   By competing this game, I could find out what the..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given sorting boards depicting public vs. private behavior, STUDENT will match the correct behavior picture to the appropriate board in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$5.00
Matching Game Legal or Illegal
Fantastic matching game for your students who need to review what is a Legal behavior and what is Illegal behavior. It reinforces for proper public behavior. Many of my friends with Autism need gentle reminders about what actions could cause them problems. I have had great success with this game! Geared toward High School aged students. This is a template, you must print, cut, laminate and stick..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given sorting boards depicting legal vs. illegal behavior, STUDENT will match the correct behavior picture to the appropriate board in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$5.00
Social Tale Pointing Out Other People's Mistakes
A Social Tale about why we don't always want to point out the mistakes of other people. I have had lots of friends with Aspergers that have had difficulty understanding that it is not the best choice in social and work situations to point out mistakes. Just a gentle reminder about how it can make others feel. ..


IEP Goals:
Given a picture scenario of people and emotions and a sample scenario of "expected" or "unexpected" thoughts and responses, STUDENT will respond by saying/pointing/using communication system, with their own "expected" or "unexpected" responses in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given cue cards and a social story describing the consequences and impact on others when pointing out another person's mistakes, STUDENT will refrain from telling another individual about the mistakes that have little or no impact on STUDENT, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Social Tale Good Hygiene Actions and Outcomes
A good chart of actions of poor hygiene, physical and social outcomes. Logical and straightforward for my Asperger's friends in High School :) ..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a scenario based upon poor hygiene habits and the outcome (action, outcome, social outcome), STUDENT will acknowledge proper hygiene habits and adhere to them in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Social Tale When I'm too Quiet for Middle-High School
A Social Tale for our friends who have Selective Mutism.  This story goes over safety, and health and the importance to communicate.  It also covers the perception of other people when you do not speak.  Geared for Middle and High School friends. ..


IEP Goals:
Given a short social story (being too quiet) and its' consequences, STUDENT will say or write "expected" and "unexpected" scenarios, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.00
Negative Emotions Scale
This is a scale of 5 negative emotions. Write in your own labels for each emotion and write in what makes you feel that way. This scale can be laminated and used again and again. Copyright 2016 KID CODES: Helping Kids Figure It Out All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or scho..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of cards depicting a variety of emotions, STUDENT will describe the emotions presented and provide a realistic scenario in which those emotions might be felt, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a series of cards depicting a variety of emotions, STUDENT will describe the emotions presented using a one to two word response (ex.happy/mad/not happy), in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Positive Emotions Scale
This is a scale of 5 positive emotions. You can label each emotion and write in what makes you feel that way. You can laminate this board and use it again and again.  Copyright 2016 KID CODES: Helping Kids Figure It Out All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is..


IEP Goals:
Given a series of cards depicting a variety of emotions, STUDENT will describe the emotions presented and provide a realistic scenario in which those emotions might be felt, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a series of cards depicting a variety of emotions, STUDENT will describe the emotions presented using a one to two word response (ex.happy/mad/not happy), in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
FREE
Autism Social Story and File Folder Activity About Picking Your Nose
Social Skills Social Story and File Folder Activity About Picking Your Nose for Autism, Special Education, Pre-K, and Kindergarten children. "There's a Booger In My Nose!" is a graphically blunt manner in which to show kids the way nose-picking looks to others. Those of us who teach young children have had to explain this at one time or another to our little guys and girls (yes, girls D..


IEP Goals:
Given familiar situations and photographs depicting a specific response to solve a problem, STUDENT will match/say/point to the correct response in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$5.00
Autism Social Skills Interactive Activity Monster Talk with Cool Kid Responses
Autism Social Skills Interactive Activity Monster Talk with Cool Kid Responses {Special Education/ELL} Suggested IEP Goal: Given a choice of up to 3 socially appropriate responses to negative statements, _______, will choose the correct response in 4 out of 5 opportunities by ______, 2014. Many times our ASD kids may find it difficult to convey their feelings into a socially appropriate mess..


IEP Goals:
Given a choice of up to 3 socially appropriate responses to negative statements, STUDENT will choose the correct response in 4 out of 5 opportunities by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a series of visuals or social story depicting a variety of emotions, thoughts, and feelings, STUDENT will relate a real-life experience by providing one real-life experience or scenario, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$5.00