Many young people struggle to develop friendships as they are unable to use or misinterpret cues such as expressions, body language, gesture and tone of voice to interpret other people's intentions. These fun role-play scenarios enable young people to practice and reinforce both verbal and non-verbal cues in simple scenarios and build on these with more complex interactions in social situations.
Use at school, home or in therapy, with individuals or small and whole groups.
Set 2 Social Situations - builds on Set 1 Facial Expressions & Body Language - these cards will help rehearse more complex social skills and interactions that young people will encounter at home and at school. Themes covered by these clear, fun role plays include:
Examples of role-play scenarios:
48 cards 121x75mm, laminated, on a jump ring. Full instructions and ideas in pack.
Social Skills Role Play Cards, Set 1 Facial Expressions & Body Language
Sue Jennings - Author, Traveller and Creative Group Worker Supervisor, Play Therapist and Dramatherapist. Sue has pioneered Dramatherapy and Playtherapy in UK and Europe and established it as a postgraduate practice. Has written over 30 books on Dramatherapy, Playtherapy, Storytelling, Puppetry, Groupwork, Fertility, Ritual, Folklore and Theatre.
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