Social Skills Elementary Counseling SEL Game - Social Filters: Print & Digital
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Social Filter Game: Help elementary students understand the importance of using social filters with this fun and interactive social skills game! This social skills game is perfect to use in an elementary small group, class lesson, or individual session. The Instagram theme makes learning about social filters fun and easy! This game is designed to be low-prep for you, and high-impact for teaching the social skill of using social filters. Each session includes an outline that is set to ASCA Mindsets and Behavior Standards.
Students will read and sort the cards into two piles, things that are okay to say in social situations and things that should be filtered. The filter image includes an Instagram theme that helps students better understand the concept of a "filter."
*** Now includes a digital version in Google Slides™ and Boom Cards version! The Boom Cards version has audio on every page to help with students that struggle with reading***
↠ 24 sorting game cards
↠ 8 discussion cards
↠ 4 social filter fact cards
↠ Digital version in both Google Slides and Boom Cards to play on iPad, computer, or SMARTboard
Speech Therapy Benefits
This Social Filter Game will help students develop social skills, use social communication, and reinforce pragmatics.
Benefits to Students
Social skills are fundamental to student success both inside and outside of the classroom. By playing this game students will gain a better understanding of how they should and should not filter what they say in social situations.
At a minimum, this game allows students to develop self-esteem through participation, and practice empathy while hearing others’ answers.
This game is designed to be very low-prep.
Who is this Group Designed For?
“Social Filter” is designed for students grades 1-5 but it can be modified to work with other grade levels.
Boom Cards from Boom Learning offer a new, fun, and interactive way to experience digital resources. This resource includes a Boom version of the activity free!
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