Social Communication Homework for the Summer


Social communication homework focusing on language skills for June-August. It is perfect for students working on social and pragmatic skills and aligns with common core standards in speaking and listening, language, and literature.
This one product may be your lifesaver for the summer! It not only reinforces the social communication concepts taught in speech therapy, special education and counseling, but also involves parents in the process! You cannot buy a more thorough homework set!
Social Communication (all levels)
12 homework pages
Works on: CCCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.1, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.2,CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5
Each week addresses the following areas:
* Feelings
* Asking about Others
* Thinking about Other People
* Problem Solving
* Idioms/Expressions
* Read and Retell (with a focus on feelings and problem solving)
These homework pages can easily accompany any of my social skills units: here.
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