Need a fun and simplified way to work on beginning social skills? Preschool Social Emotional Learning Activities can be hard to find, especially simple enough for early childhood special education students.
This is a short digital and print lesson titled I Can Share My Toys. Students learn why they need help and how to ask for help in a short digital lesson which includes an 11-slide narrative (aka Social Story™) and then a 4-slide activity to reinforce the lesson. The lesson should take no more than 5-10 minutes, and then there is a short coloring sheet for class and a take-home coloring book that has the lesson in it, as well.
I found a huge miss in all the early childhood social curricula I’ve worked with when I try to adapt to my younger, most beginner learner students. I really wanted something very simple and clean and clear so my learners could access the content.
So I started making some! This is one one of them. Check out all my SEL activities HERE.
Boom Cards™ and Google Slides™
Includes a 11-slide narrative (aka Social Story™) and 4-slide interactive plus paper extension activities
- Homeschool preschool
- ABA (useful with ABLLS-R™ L Social Interactions and VB-MAPP Social Behavior and Play)
- Special Education
- Autism, other disabilities
- Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten
Provide a simple 2-page coloring activity for your students in class, but also a small take-home coloring book with the same content as the digital story! Super fun!