PERSPECTIVE TAKING Activity || Comic Strip Style || K-2nd || Color Version

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PERSPECTIVE TAKING is an important social skill for children to learn. Many children can benefit from instruction to help improve their perspective taking ability and to engage in successful social relationships. 

In order to be able to take the perspective of others, we need to understand that people have thoughts and feelings that may be different from our own. We need to understand that our behavior, what we say, don’t say, what we do, or don’t do, affects what people think and how they feel. 

Gaining a greater understanding of this can help children to monitor and modify their behavior when/if necessary to help them get along better with others.

Use this comic strip style activity to engage kids in thinking about how behaviors may make others think and feel and how these situations could be handled differently. 

This Resource Is Helpful For: 

Social Workers/Psychologists: 


Use this comic strip activity with children who struggle to understand other's perspectives and have difficulty interacting with others in social situations.


Special Educators: 


Use this comic strip activity with students on your caseload who struggle to understand other's perspectives, tend to think only their point of view is important or correct and have challenges with relationships and engaging in social situations.


Regular Education Teachers: 


Use this comic strip activity with students who struggle to understand other's perspectives and may be having social challenges in the classroom during group projects or on the playground engaging in group games and activities.
SLP's Use this comic strip activity with students on your case load receiving social pragmatics support. Great for students who need to increase and improve their language and behaviors around a wide variety of social situations.

 




Included Please Find:   55 Pages

10 Negative Scenario Comic Strips {with pictures and a story}

1 EDITABLE Comic Strip {add your own picture and story}

 

10 Positive Scenario Comic Strips {with pictures and story}

1 EDITABLE Comic Strip {add your own picture and story}

 

10 Write Your Own Comic Strips {based on the given pictures, students can write in a story to match the given pictures}

 

10 EDITABLE Write Your Own Comic Strips {same comic strips as above, only EDITABLE, so the teacher can type in a story to match the given pictures}


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