"Control-o-meter" social skills tool for kids with autism, helps with voice volume, other behavior

Helping kids with social skill challenges to give compliments: Worksheets for social skills teaching from "Autism Teaching Strategies". For more pins on social skills, follow us at @Connecting for Kids

Filter the Anger: A hands-on social skills activity to help kids with autism to manage angry verbal outbursts * This activity can be used with any group of students not just those with autism*

Thought bubbles to help kids examine what they are thinking

Downloadable social skills cards!

Tools for Teaching Self-Regulation and Relaxation by Autism Classroom News: http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

Weekly social skill lessons

dry erase contact paper

Tangled Up Teaching: Salute to Social Skills - I put this on my kids board, but this is good for all of us to remember.

Filter the Anger: A hands-on social skills activity to help kids with autism to manage angry verbal outbursts from "Autism Teaching Strategies". Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

Video clips for social skills modeling with Superflex activities and skits - lots of resource links! For more social skills pins, follow @Penny Rush for Kids

Mini social books that target interrupting, complimenting and greeting.

A great app to teach feeling and coping strategies!

A Scream Box is a useful tool when a child needs to scream.

The Conversation Train Book

National Autism Resources

Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs This is a great website for both special educators and general educators. It provides chracteristics and strategies for several different dissabilities. It has activities and tools for the different academic subject areas. It dedicates an entire section to social skills. It provides info, activities and tools for teaching communication skills, social behavior and emotion. It gives info on visual schedules and behavior management.

Game-like social skills methods for kids with autism, Part 2: Make your own social skills game from "Autism Teaching Strategies". Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

7 Visualization Tools for Releasing Worry

breaks down social skills into easy to follow steps. Dealing with anger, offering help, reading body language, asking for help, making mistakes, etc.

a simple and visual way for students to understand what triggers them and what their "process" looks like, which helps to identify ways of cooling down.