My Mouth Is a Volcano! I like this book because it helps establish boundaries and an understanding of blurting out. Sometimes my own mouth feels like a volcano:) Back To Schools, Book For Kids, Texts Back, Social Skills, Teaching Kids, Classroom Management, Third Grade, Books For Kids, Mentor Texts
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I use this at my writing station for Daily 5. The kids love it! Roll a Story great for teaching how to make interesting elements in a story. Love this for those kids who are stuck on what to write about!
Have each child draw a slip of paper and then as a group, decide “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” to different statements, like, "Dumping out a basket and then choosing a new activity". Use to reinforce good manners, the rules, using better words, etc.
This one-minute eye-contact song is fun to sing with kids. We should not force kids with ASD to look at other people's eyes, but we can gently encourage it so they can do it the best they can manage.This was pinned by pinterest.com/... . Follow all our boards. Tags: social skills teaching, asperger's, autism, social skills song, SLP
Teaching Kids to Interrupt Appropriately (or wait their turn) along with activities that coincide with the book -My Mouth is a Volcano While tailored to pre-schoolers, the suggestions should also work with Elem.