This file folder is a great concrete way for students to explore helpful and unhelpful social skills.
Students are encouraged to match and sort the various social skills and reflect on whether they are helpful or unhelpful.
This SEL lesson is versatile and can be used as a quick reference guide, a sort and match activity lesson, within individual or small group sessions or even as a whole class approach.
Laminate and glue this resource to a file folder for repeated use and longevity.
This resource includes the following:
- About this Resource
- Reflection time
- Title Pages for the File Folder
- Answer Keys
- Sorting Templates
- Social Skills Posters & Cards in Color
- Black and White Social Skills Cards for Coloring Version
- Create your own Social Skills Template
- Back Cover Option
You will need scissors, glue and a file folder. Alternatively, you can assemble this resource using hook and loop adhesive dots. Simply apply these to the page templates of Helpful and Unhelpful Social Skills and use the sorting cards to encourage students to differentiate and reflect on the various skills.