Ask and Answer Social Skills Games
Children with hearing loss can often appear to be socially immature due to delays in pragmatic language. This game is a perfect fit as it works on social cognition (identifying facial expressions), pragmatic language and overall social interaction skills. Karen Anderson, Director ask-and-answer-social-skills-gameMotivate your students to develop and improve their social skills with “Ask & Answer” Social Skills Games. To play, you ask social skills related questions (found in the handy activity booklet), and the students answer what they would do in these situations. Players cover their “picture cue” game board spaces with colorful foam tokens as they play. First player to get three in a row wins!
|Dimensions||12 × 10 × 2.5 in|