Format: Printable digital PDF — formatted for use on a tablet, laptop, larger size cell phone, or home computer. If you don’t print it, use it with a free PDF reader like Adobe Acrobat or Books so you can finger swipe the pages.
Description: Some kids really struggle socially when it comes to sharing what’s on their mind. They do not intend to be mean, hurtful, offensive, or rude! But because they do not know any better, they say things that can cause others to feel hurt or angry. Or, they do not know when to say out loud a thought that would make another person feel good.
This active is great practice for learning how to think actively about whether or not to say something out loud to someone else. It requires a child think about how another person would feel about what they say (or not). We believe that given tools and practice, autistic kids can get better at thinking about what others are thinking and feeling, otherwise known as empathy.
Your digital download includes:
1. Activity/Worksheets – 11 printable scenarios that require a child or student to choose whether to say the thought out loud. Each scenario includes questions that require a child to think about what another person would feel if the thought is said out loud.
2. Visual Reminder – A printable visual to keep handy as a reminder to a child.
3. Graphic organizer – A printable chart for tracking real life situations, so that a child can learn for “next time.”
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