Social thinking video clips

Explore a collection of engaging video clips that can help improve your social thinking skills. Watch and learn from real-life examples to enhance your social interactions.
I think Thinking with your eyes is one of the most powerful skills we can learn.  It’s a superpower.   So many other skills stem from and rely on this ability.  It is also one that needs a lot of practice in structured activities before transitioning to more functional tasks.  Using videos is a great midpoint in this journey Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Videos, Thinking Skills, Therapy Ideas, Speech Therapy Activities, Therapy Activities, Social Thinking Lessons, Speech Language Therapy

I think Thinking with your eyes is one of the most powerful skills we can learn. It’s a superpower. So many other skills stem from and rely on this ability. It is also one that needs a lot of practice in structured activities before transitioning to more functional tasks. Using videos is a great midpoint in this journey

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[Source: Chapel Hill Snippets] I have the most adorable social skills group ever! The group consists of five students ranging from third to fifth grade with various needs, but all of the kids are capable of accessing the regular curriculum. This group’s social skills curriculum is totally centered around Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking materials. Whole […]

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Nicola Williams
Resources and ideas for teaching zones of regulation to build social communication. Lots of great ideas and fun youtube videos. Youtube, Bulletin Boards, Social Skills Activities, Classroom Behavior, Teaching Social Skills, Zones Of Regulation, Counseling Resources, School Counseling, School Social Work

Are you familiar with the zones of regulation curriculum? It is a popular self regulation curriculum that helps students communicate how they are feeling. SLPs can use zones of regulation activities to help students initiate communication, explain how they are feeling, or what they are needing. Zones of regulation activities can also help students identify how others are feeling and what words/actions they should do when someone is feeling a certain emotion.

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Kathryn Lopez
Video clips for social skills modeling with Superflex activities and skits

Therapy OPS is an pediatric outpatient habilitation clinic serving Minneapolis, St. Paul, and the surrounding area. We currently offer Occupational, Physical, and Speech therapy, social skills groups, and alternative therapy modalities, such as therapeutic listening systems and Interactive Metronome.

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Rachel Kuenzli