If you’re anything like me, you want to like a lot of the social skills games on the market, but you just can’t. Either the kids hate it, it’s way too deep and “therapy-y,” the board game looks like something out of the 70’s, or there’s no possible way you can finish it within 30 minutes, etc. etc. Yeah, you know those games. In fact, I have an entire office full of them that I never use!
On the other hand, social skills games could be really awesome! They don’t take a whole lot of planning, and the kids could have fun WHILE learning skills they need! Win-win, right?
Which is why I can’t tell you how unbelievably excited I am to finish this project! I’ve been working on it for the last several weeks and am SO happy with how it turned out! First of all, it’s not made by some educational company who “thinks” they know our kids. I made it (and tested it with my kids), so I know they’ll enjoy it!
The music-themed (no singing required-don’t worry) game contains 150 cards (including some blank ones and decorative card backs) of the following types to teach social and pragmatic language skills in students with Autism, Cognitive Impairments, or other social skill deficits:
– Home Social Skills Questions
– Community Social Skills Questions
The game also includes a cute printable board game in color or black and white, 8 colored “record scorecards” for each player, and reward stars for the student’s scorecard. You can even download a preview before to see if it’ll work for your needs!
It’s normally $9 at my TpT store, but for this week, it’ll be on sale! Grab it while you can 🙂