PERSPECTIVE TAKING ACTIVITY~ Photo Cards BUNDLE 1 {Set 1 & Set 2}

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Perspective taking can be challenging for some children. These children often benefit from explicit teaching of this skill. Perspective taking is an important life skill as it helps us to get along with others, and adjust our behavior when / if necessesary, in order to make people feel comfortable around us. 

I made these activity cards, using real life photos, for my students who struggle to understand how their behavior affects others. They need lots of practice thinking about others and what they may be thinking or feeling and why. The kids really love these photo cards and we are able to have a lot of meaningful discussions when using them. 

I hope your students enjoy them as well! 

 

This Bundle combines Set 1 and Set 2 of my PERSPECTIVE TAKING Activity Cards: Real Life Photos

Set 1:

"What Are They Thinking?" 

These 30 photo cards will help children practice the important perspective taking skill of understanding what others may be thinking in a given situation. They will also be able to gain a greater understanding of why people may have different thoughts even though they are in the same situation. Additionally, children will discuss why they may have different thoughts than someone else. 

Photos include one, two or multiple people for a range of difficulty and show a wide range of situations to appeal to many learners.


Included Please Find:

Directions
About Teacher Authors
Thank You

30 Photo Activity Cards With Teacher Prompts:

Level 1: What one person is thinking 
Level 2: What two people are thinking
Level 3: What three or more people are thinking


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Set 2:

"What Are They Saying?" 

These 30 photo cards will help children practice the important perspective taking skill of understanding what others may say in a given situation. They will also be able to gain a greater understanding of why people may say different things, have different thoughts and feelings, and react differently, even though they are in the same situation. 

Photos include:

Level/Set 1: With one person in the picuture. Students are asked to think about what this person may be saying. 

Level/Set 2: With two people in the picture. Students are asked to think about what one person is saying and how it makes the other person feel. 

Level/Set 3: With multiple people in the picture. Students are asked to think about what one person may be saying and what the other people may be thinking and feeling. 


Included Please Find:

Directions
About Teacher Authors
Thank You
30 Photo Activity Cards With Teacher Prompts


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