Feelings
Friendship Skills
Cues/Coping
Social Skills 1
Social Skills 2
100

You accidentally get hit by a basketball in gym, what do you do?

It was an accident, tell them that it is okay, accident happen.

100

What can you do if your friend is feeling sad?


You can listen to them, offer support, try to cheer them up

100

What body language says that someone is angry?

Eye brows pointed in, scrunched up face, arms crossed, frown, etc. 

100

You keep trying to do a math problem and feel frustrated because it isn't correct.

Take a break and try again, take deep breaths, raise your hand and ask for help.

100

You don't understand the work you are supposed to do.  Who can you ask for help?

Teacher, Parent, Friend

200

What might you feel if someone you are trying to talk to is ignoring you?

Sad, confused, or upset

200

What can you do if your friend is mad at you for something you did to them?


Apologize, say sorry

200

What is body awareness?  Why is it important? 

Knowing where your body is in position to other people.  It's important because standing too close to people can make others feel uncomfortable.  

200

Demonstrate how you would introduce yourself to a new peer/friend?


Hi, my name is ____, what is your name?

200

Your friend is moving away and you feel really sad. What can you do?

You can make a plan to stay in contact over the phone and plan visits.

300

How might you feel if your best friend is talking about the new video game they got and it was the game you really wanted?

Jealous

300

People are picking on your friend at lunch because his pants are too short. What should you do?


Stand up for your friend by telling an adult, play with your friend.

300

What can you do if you are feeling frustrated?

Talk to a friend, talk to your parents, talk to your teacher

300

Why is it important to stay on topic during a conversation?

It makes others happy, shows you are interested

300

Another student in class keeps tapping his pencil over an over.  You feel annoyed and are distracted.  What can you say?

Can you please try to stop tapping your pencil?  It gets in the way of me trying to focus. 

400

How might someone feel if they have done something wrong and they know it was wrong?

Guilt

400

What can you do if you are stuck inside during COVID 19 and you are feeling sad and isolated from friends?

Ask to video chat with friends, ask to meet a friend outside, call a friend, play video games online with friends

400

A friend has said something that hurts your feelings. What can you do?


Tell them how you feel with a nice voice and explain why. Avoid yelling at them.

400

Somebody shoves you down in the hall and laughs. What is the best choice to make?

Tell them that's not okay, talk to the teacher, stay away from them, etc.

400

A peer asks you to do something you know is inappropriate during class, what do you do?

You can say no thanks or explain that you would like to focus

500

How might someone feel if they told you a secret, asked you to please not tell anyone and you made the choice to tell the whole class?

Angry, embarrassed, annoyed

500

What would you do if your friend said they were feeling really depressed and wanted to harm themselves.  They ask you to please not tell anyone.  

Tell an adult. 

500

How do you know if someone is listening? 

Eye contact, nodding their head, talking back in the conversation.

500

What can you do if you are feeling very energetic and having a hard time settling down at school?


Ask if you can take a break/drink of water, take deep breaths, do a mindfulness activity, etc.

500
Two of your classmates are bickering.  One of them asks what side you are on.  What could you say to stay out of the middle? 

Say, "Please keep me out of this." 

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