Learn to Respond Appropriately
Children learn to respond appropriately as well as learning what to say in dozens of situations.
This laminated ring set contains thirty-two clear, crisp photographs of social situations. The ring set opens allowing you to change the order or remove some cards. The card size is 3”x3.5” allowing you to carry them in your pocket or clip them to your key ring.
Play-2-Learn Dominoes – Friendship
Before playing a domino, a player picks a card from one of four decks and either answers a question or practices a skill. The Ups and Downs cards help players deal successfully with the inevitable problems that arise between friends. The Four W’s cards deal with challenging friendship situations; each question starts with “Who,” “What,” “Why,” or “When.” The Having Fun cards ask players to give examples of positive interactions with friends from their own experience. The Making Friends cards give players an opportunity to discuss how they would handle initial peer interaction situations. Grades 1—5
Fill in the Blanks
These cards lay the basic foundation for language skills, such as teaching the ability to fill in blanks, finish sentences, and understanding listening comprehension. The set contains 84 high quality, laminated photo cards with teaching steps on the back. The card is is 2.5” x 3.5”.
“Cool” versus “Not Cool”
Booklet & DVD
Volume 1 in the Work In Progress Companion Series demonstrates the Cool versus Not Cool strategy. This is one of Autism Partnership’s most-used strategies for teaching students foundational as well as advanced social skills. Essentially, the strategy teaches students to understand the difference between behaviors that are socially appropriate (cool) and those that are inappropriate (not cool). In later stages they go on to actually practice the appropriate form of the behavior and receive feedback on their efforts.
Reverse Charades is a team version of the classic charades game. Each team is given 60 seconds to act out as many words as one person can guess. This set includes 720 words to explore pretend play and nonverbal cues.
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