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Fun Freebie :: Social Skills Cards: Feelings Pack

Feelings Cover

Many social skills curricula take basic social skills and break them into small steps for students to learn individually. Unfortunately, many of those are quite expensive and if your school is anything like mine, administrators aren’t flooding your offices with money to spend. So, I made my own! This pack is available for free on TeacherspayTeachers and contains skill cards for 5 crucial empathy and emotional regulation skills (30 cards in all with decorative card backs):

1. Expressing Your Feelings
2. Dealing with Stress
3. Dealing with Anger
4. Identifying Others’ Feelings
5. Responding to Others’ Negative Feelings

Each skill is broken down into the mental and physical skills needed to carry out the task successfully, so that they can be taught individually. Cards include visuals for students that cannot read. I use these cards with almost all my social skills groups, but I’ve noticed they work especially well for students with Autism!

If you’re interested, I also have 5 other packs available as well, so check out my store and save yourself tons of plan time!

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New Product :: Interactive Social Skills Notebook

Interactive Social Skills Notebook

Children with Autism, emotional disability, or other social deficits struggle with impairments in many areas – relationships, communication skills, emotional regulation, and organization to name a few. This pack contains numerous activities to be used individually or combined to make a survival guide binder for a student with social difficulties.

This binder is designed to be carried or accessible at all times to help provide support to students in a colorful, fun way that is sure to grab their attention! It contains the the following types of activities:

  • School
  • Friends
  • School & Community
  • Feelings
  • Write it Out!

Activities Include:
– All About Me Page
– “Sticky Situation” Debrief Sheets

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Daily Picture Schedule
– Tattling vs. Reporting

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Drawing Feelings
– Taking a Break Tips
– Feelings Thermometer

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Big vs. Small Problems

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Conversation Tips

Interactive Social Skills Notebook

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Feeling Words Vocabulary
– I-Statements

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Personal Space Graphic Organizer

and many more! All documents are presented in PDF format, including a personalizable cover!

Update: this post has been updated to reflect the combination of my boys and girls version into a gender neutral version!

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New Product :: Interactive Social Skills Notebook

Interactive Social Skills Notebook

Children with Autism, emotional disability, or other social deficits struggle with impairments in many areas – relationships, communication skills, emotional regulation, and organization to name a few. This pack contains numerous activities to be used individually or combined to make a survival guide binder for a student with social difficulties.

This binder is designed to be carried or accessible at all times to help provide support to students in a colorful, fun way that is sure to grab their attention! It contains the the following types of activities:

  • School
  • Friends
  • School & Community
  • Feelings
  • Write it Out!

Activities Include:
– All About Me Page
– “Sticky Situation” Debrief Sheets

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Daily Picture Schedule
– Tattling vs. Reporting

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Drawing Feelings
– Taking a Break Tips
– Feelings Thermometer

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Big vs. Small Problems

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Conversation Tips

Interactive Social Skills Notebook

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Feeling Words Vocabulary
– I-Statements

Interactive Social Skills Notebook
– Personal Space Graphic Organizer

and many more! All documents are presented in PDF format, including a personalizable cover!

Update: this post has been updated to reflect the combination of my boys and girls version into a gender neutral version!