FB2-G: More Social/Emotional Skills Activities for Students with ASD

In the morning session, I provided an overview of social and emotional challenges affecting students with ASD, and introduced free, packaged materials created by me.

In this afternoon session, I will provide instruction, and brief break out practice, for using ten additional free, downloadable activities for work with social communication, interaction and motional regulation. These are available from my website, autismteachingstrategies.com.


[*Attendees should preview the featured activities to see if they are at a suitable level for their own students.]

Learning Objectives:

  1. Attendees will examine at least four activities to enhance social communication , including: Train
    Conversation Kit; Paper Fortune Tellers for Conversation; All About Me Signs; and Pie Chart
    Prompts. Attendees will briefly practice with one of these.
  2. Attendees will examine at least three resources to troubleshoot social interaction , including: Draw a Pizza Activity; Customizable Meters for Problem Behaviors; Worksheets for Exploring Social Isolation. Attendees will briefly practice with one of these.
  3. Attendees will examine at least three resources to troubleshoot emotional regulation , including:
    Anime Emotion Coloring Sheets; Filter the Upsetting Thoughts; and Problem & Solution
    Cards. Attendees will briefly practice with one of these.
Communication Early Childhood Education Family Mental Health Social Emotional Transition

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