SOCIAL SKILLS Task Cards GOOD FRIEND and NOT A FRIEND TASK BOX FILLER

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SOCIAL SKILLS Task Cards GOOD FRIEND and NOT A FRIEND TASK BOX FILLER
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SOCIAL SKILLS Task Cards GOOD FRIEND and NOT A FRIEND for Independent Work AUTISM

This set of 40 social skills task cards focuses on recognizing GOOD FRIEND and NOT A FRIEND behaviors, as represented in pictures. With a variety of ages shown, students can easily identify a good friend and not a good friend, through pictures. This social skills task card set is not meant to be challenging, rather an independent work task to help reinforce the social skill of being a good friend.

Your students will match, clip, point to, or say the correct response and it is a wonderful independent work basket filler. My students actually ASK ME if they can do these activities! They’re so proud of what they can each accomplish on their own! (I’m proud of them too!!!)

This independent work basket set contains 40 task cards and 40 response cards (20 GOOD FRIEND and 20 NOT A FRIEND). This set also comes with a label to velcro or tape onto the clear work bin. I use velcro so I can switch tasks frequently for my students to complete independently.

QUICK and EASY to put together and place in a basket work task bin to use in your classroom TODAY!

WHAT’S INCLUDED:
• 20 Task Cards of “GOOD FRIEND” picture scenarios
• 20 Task Cards of “NOT A FRIEND” picture scenarios
• Suggested IEP Goal for Special Education students
• Print this entire activity on white card stock paper and laminate.

SUGGESTED IEP GOAL:
Given a social skills work task containing a picture of people interacting in a positive or negative manner, STUDENT will identify if the behavior shown demonstrates a “good friend” or “not a friend”, by matching the response card, verbally stating the response, clipping the response card, or indicate the correct response using a voice-output device, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

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Given a social skills work task containing a picture of people interacting in a positive or negative manner, STUDENT will identify if the behavior shown demonstrates a “good friend” or “not a friend”, by matching the response card, verbally stating the response, clipping the response card, or indicate the correct response using a voice-output device, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.