4 games – Finish the sentence, Getting to know you, Conversation topics and Name a….

4 word documents
Suitable for social skills/SPHE/Circle time.

Finish the sentences: (18 pages) Children read the sentences and finish them applying what is most appropriate to them. All don’t need to be included – read through them and edit/add/take-away as appropriate for your Social Skill group. I used these a lot at start of year and/or at start/end of Social skills groups. They’re good as an ice-breaker and to allow the children feel more comfortable before talking about heavier topics later in the year. I printed out and laminated.

Getting to know you: (12 pages) 37 different questions for children to play in groups to get to know each other better. Children pick them up at random and answer them. Use a timer if necessary, to get more quick-fire answers! Use a “pass” option once or twice if you feel it’s necessary too. This is good at the start of a new social skill group to ease children into talking to heavier topics as they’ll know each a bit better beforehand through fun activities like this – also use these at start/end of social skill sessions. Also useful for whole class circle time or SPHE.

Name a: (7 pages)   Useful for social skills groups for fun/allow children to feel comfortable within group. Play it similar to “Stop the bus” where a letter is picked and all the Name a” cards must be based on this letter. For younger groups, choosing a letter might not be necessary.

Conversation topics: (8 pages) Print and laminate each topic and children pick them up to practise conversation using these topics to guide them. Do this in pairs or small groups.

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4 games – Finish the sentence, Getting to know you, Conversation topics and Name a….

4 word documents
Suitable for social skills/SPHE/Circle time.

Finish the sentences: (18 pages) Children read the sentences and finish them applying what is most appropriate to them. All don’t need to be included – read through them and edit/add/take-away as appropriate for your Social Skill group. I used these a lot at start of year and/or at start/end of Social skills groups. They’re good as an ice-breaker and to allow the children feel more comfortable before talking about heavier topics later in the year. I printed out and laminated.

Getting to know you(12 pages) 37 different questions for children to play in groups to get to know each other better. Children pick them up at random and answer them. Use a timer if necessary, to get more quick-fire answers! Use a “pass” option once or twice if you feel it’s necessary too. This is good at the start of a new social skill group to ease children into talking to heavier topics as they’ll know each a bit better beforehand through fun activities like this – also use these at start/end of social skill sessions. Also useful for whole class circle time or SPHE.

Name a: (7 pages)   Useful for social skills groups for fun/allow children to feel comfortable within group. Play it similar to “Stop the bus” where a letter is picked and all the Name a” cards must be based on this letter. For younger groups, choosing a letter might not be necessary.

Conversation topics: (8 pages) Print and laminate each topic and children pick them up to practise conversation using these topics to guide them. Do this in pairs or small groups.

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