Manners
Boundaries
Appropriate or Inappropriate
Listening Skills
Social Interaction
100

What should you say when you walk in front of someone?

Excuse me!

100

What are some boundaries you have in place for yourself?

-

100

Poking someone in the back

Inappropriate

100

Making eye contact

Good

100

What are social activities?

Things you can do with others, such as spending time with friends, attending parties, being involved in team sports, being a member of a club, going to local parks, writing a letter, or talking on the phone with someone.

200

When you ask for something, you say?

Please!

200

What is consent?

Permission to do something

200

Shaking someone's hand

Approrpiate

200

Being distracted by everything going on in the room

Bad

200

Smiling (activity, skill, or benefit)

Social Skill

300

When you receive something, you say?

Thank you!

300

What are healthy boundaries?

Staying focused on your own progress, respecting others beliefs or values, not allowing others to take advantage of you and vice versa, and communicating clearly of you wants and needs.

300

Pushing in line

Inappropriate

300

Staying focused on the conversation

Good

300

What are social skills?

Tools needed to appropriately interact with others. Ex. taking turns, sharing, being patient, being respectful, listening, being friendly.

400

If you make someone else upset or sad, you say?

I'm sorry!

400

What are unhealthy boundaries?

Trusting no one, talking about inappropriate or very personal conversation, touching a person without asking, etc.

400

Giving a high-five

Appropriate

400

Interrupting as they are talking

Bad

400

Knowing people who will help. (activity, skill, or benefit)

Social Benefit

500

If someone is having a bad day and you see them upset, you ask?

Are you okay?

500

What is boundaries?

A "barrier" between you and other people limits which should not be crossed or are not welcomed.

500

Patting someone's shoulder

Inappropriate

500

Yawning and telling them how bored you are

Bad

500

What does social benefit mean?

What you get out of participating in social activities, such as feeling like you belong, are accepted, or confident. It can also lead to making new friends and feeling good about yourself.

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