PERSPECTIVE TAKING ACTIVITIES | Pack 1 | Thought Bubble Scenarios and Making Social Decisions
PERSPECTIVE TAKING Pack 1 includes two Perspective Taking products.
- Thought Bubble Thoughts
- Fact, Fiction, Prediction
These activities are a great way to teach challenging perspective taking skills! Fun and interactive activities get students thinking and talking about how to take the perspective of others and why it is important.
Perspective Taking Set 1 : THOUGHT BUBBLE SCENARIOS
Included Please Find: 62 Pages
This product includes 3 fun and leveled activities that teach children the very important social skill of considering how their behavior affects others around them.
Activity/Level 1 includes 30 scenario cards of common situations. These scenarios prompt children to think about how others may feel in the given situations. This is a helpful way to start thinking about how behavior affects others.
By looking at scenarios of other people, children are not explicitly talking about their own actions.
These scenarios can be discussed and or role played for lots of fun and multiple lessons. Pick and chose the scenarios that best fit your students and use the EDITABLE cards to easily make your own as needed.
Activity/Level 2 includes individual thought bubbles and matching heart shapes for children to use to discuss what THEY would think and feel in the given scenarios. Now we are getting a little more personal and discussing our own thoughts and feelings about other's actions.
Activity/Level 3 pulls it all together by getting children to consider how their actions affect the thoughts and feelings of others. Using a simple worksheet type flow chart, children can think about how their actions may affect the way others around them think and feel.
This is a great worksheet to use for BOTH negative and positive behaviors. We want to encourage and teach about positive behaviors and not only focus on the negative.
Included please find:
Perspective Detective: Thought Bubble Scenarios
Thought Bubble Scenarios Cover Page
Discussion/Material Prep/Directions Page
Perspective Taking Poster
Thought Bubble Poster
Activity/Level 1 Directions
30 Scenario Cards (for activity 1)
2 Make Your Own Cards (with editable sections for you to type in your own text/pictures)
Activity/Level 2 Directions
5 Different Colored Thought Bubbles (for activity 2)
5 Different Colored Hearts (for activity 2)
Activity/Level 3 Directions
2 Worksheets For Activity 3
Perspective Taking Set 2: FACT, FICTION, PREDICTION
These fun activities will help children learn perspective taking skills by teaching the difference between Fact, Fiction, and Prediction, specifically how it relates to social situations, and why it is important to understand these concepts when developing and maintaining social relationships.
Posters are provided to show the definitions of fact, fiction and prediction.
Scenario cards are provided to help children explore and practice their understanding of these concepts through discussion. The first 10 cards provide a written prompt along with a picture and the next 10 scenarios provide a picture only, requiring the children to put more thought into their responses.
The Fact, Fiction, Prediction worksheets, have children show what they have learned by further distinguishing between Fact, Fiction and Prediction.
Perspective Detective: Fact, Fiction, Prediction
Fact, Fiction, Prediction Cover Page
3 Posters For, Fact, Fiction and Prediction
10 Full Page Written Scenario Cards
10 Full Page Picture Scenario Cards
1 Editable Scenario Card
10 Fact, Fiction, and Prediction Worksheets
1 Editable Prediction Worksheet (Color)
1 Editable Prediction Worksheet (Black and White)
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