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Social skills groups

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Love this poster set to highlight the social skills that kids and teens need! It includes skills about emotions, perspective-taking and empathy, conversations, basic skills, and more. Choose to make a bulletin board or post one poster per week to highlight and discuss social skills. Great way to integrate social emotional learning and build a more positive climate for your students! #pathway2success #socialskills

Love this poster set to highlight the social skills that kids and teens need! It includes skills about emotions, perspective-taking and empathy, conversations, basic skills, and more. Choose to make a bulletin board or post one poster per week to highlight and discuss social skills. Great way to integrate social emotional learning and build a more positive climate for your students! #pathway2success #socialskills

Teaching social skills is so important to ensure that students understand character development and respect. Read about how we use hundreds of SEL lessons, printable storybooks, partner plays and social skills games to help create responsible citizens! #SEL #characterdevelopment #socialemotionaldevelopment #teachingsocialskills #firstgradesocialskills #kindergartensocialskillslessons

Teaching social skills is so important to ensure that students understand character development and respect. Read about how we use hundreds of SEL lessons, printable storybooks, partner plays and social skills games to help create responsible citizens! #SEL #characterdevelopment #socialemotionaldevelopment #teachingsocialskills #firstgradesocialskills #kindergartensocialskillslessons

Sensory Solutions: social skills

I've been having a hard time lately with some of the older kids I see. They don't see the point or the importance of what we are working on. I have been very frustrated, and our sessions have been less than productive. In desperation, I turned to Pinterest, and came across some UNO activities. I figured - what could it hurt? We aren't getting anything done anyway! Well, it was no less than MAGICAL!!! My most difficult student didn't want to come see me, but I asked him to give me just 10…