Let's Talk Social Skills
A game to promote social communication
The second edition of these bestselling cards remains focused on building stronger communication skills in children and young adults. The social skills topics can be used as a therapeutic activity, a warm-up exercise, or a closing game. Partners practise conversing with peers and adults by addressing statements or asking questions typically discussed in a variety of social settings. Topics include: negotiation and conversation skills, self-perception, physical and verbal reactions, friendship and personal responsibilities. These cards will help build valuable social interaction skills and have been revised and extended to reflect changes in the field of communication science and disorders.
Intended for use in educational settings and/or therapy contexts under the supervision of an adult. This is not a toy.
Table of Contents
Self-Perception and Knowledge; Friendships; Social Responsibility & Interaction; Conversational Skills; Non-Verbal Skills; Social Negotiation, Flexibility & Emotions
Lesley Mayne is Assistant Professor in the Health Faculty at California Baptist University.