How To Be A Good Friend Activity

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How To Be A Good Friend Activity - making friends, communication
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  • To help a child with mild autistic traits to build frienships - do as a paired activity

    , Oct 14th
  • I'm looking at utilising this to develop a program for behaviour modification for students with intellectual and behavioural disabilities.

    , Jul 12th
In this activity, the students think about how they can be a good friend. This activity aims to support friendship skills. Cards are provided to with ideas to think about how to be a good friend. These can be used as an introduction to further topics and the relevant cards stuck onto the sheet. This will be useful for speech and language therapists, teachers and parents.
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  • Homepage » Special Ed » Communication and Interaction » Autism Spectrum Disorders » Relationships
  • Homepage » Special Ed » Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties » Friendship and Social Skills » Friendships
  • Homepage » Special Ed » Communication and Interaction » Autism Spectrum Disorders » Friendship and Social Skills » Friendships
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