Social Communication Curriculum Sample Materials

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See all the skills and goals for our Social Communication Curriculum. Our curriculum contains robust materials for every learner from Pre-K through High School!

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Sample our Most Popular Social Skills Videos

Pre-K & Kindergarten

Wiggle and Jump Break

This video guides students through a movement break focused on releasing excess energy.

Joining a Group Playing

We join a group by asking if we can join, then playing by the rules. We keep thinking about others’ feelings while we’re playing so we stay fair and are a good addition to the group.


Reading Facial Expressions

This lesson models how to use "The Big Three", the eyes, eyebrows, and mouth as clues to be able to guess how someone else feels. Learners will watch four rounds and guess how the character feels each time!

Emotion ID 4

In this game, we try to figure out how each of our characters is feeling. We go through three steps each time: How did their face look? How did their voice sound? What message did their words send? See if you can get them all right!

Conversation Share Introduction

The Conversation Share teaching tool helps students learn how to share the talking time. Some students struggle by either talking too much or too little. This video models how to share our turns and how much we each say, so everyone enjoys the conversation.

Making Connected Comments

Chris and Alessandra are talking about Chris's soccer game when Alessandra starts talking about her favorite type of pizza. Chris is confused because what Alessandra said didn't connect back to what he said. Alessandra learns that comments should fit together, like puzzle pieces. When she tries again, she makes a comment back that relates to Chris's soccer game and they have a successful conversation!

Advocate for Your Learning Accomodations

Students will be shown how to advocate for their different learning, social-emotional, and sensory needs in school.

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Self-Controller Scanner Goal Poster (1)
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Middle & High School

Finding Strategies That Work For You

The main reason to learn lots of calming strategies is so we can choose the one that helps us stay in a learning or social situation without leaving it completely.

Social Chameleon Introduction

A Social Chameleon can adapt to a situation. This lesson models how to tune in and be a great observer which will teach students how to behave in different locations. We all change the way we act depending on where we go in our day.

Solving a Problem

Hone your older students’ problem solving skills with this video in which students will hear what each problem solving step sounds like as Mike thinks it through in his head.

Preparing for an Interview

The first step to obtaining a job is to master the interview. Learners will observe the important steps it takes to prepare and succeed in a job interview.

Being an Employee

There are so many important new skills to learn when we enter the work force. Adolescents will learn the critical do's and dont's of being an employee in this lesson.

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Who is the Social Communication Curriculum For?

The Social Communication Curriculum is used primarily by those that need a tier 3 support for social skills goals. It is typically used by Speech-Language Pathologists, Social Workers, School Counselors, Special Ed Teachers, and more.

We also have a curriculum for tier 1, universal SEL that's used for whole classes. If you teach both, we've also got you covered with our bundled curricula.

To learn more, check out our blog post: "Which Everyday Speech Curriculum is right for me?"

What comes with the Social Communication Curriculum?

With our Social Communication Curriculum, you get access to our hundreds of video-modeling videos, interactive games, and digital and printable activities.

We have dozens of goals, each complete with full lesson units, training videos, and visual tools.

We add new materials every month from September to June, so things never get stale!

Are these materials right for my students?

Our Social Communication Curriculum has a robust library of materials for every learner from Pre-K through High School and beyond.

Take a look at our scope and sequence to see all the skills and goals our curriculum addresses.

We also have a tier 1, universal SEL curriculum. If you're not sure which one is right for you (we've got an option to access both!), check out our blog post: "Which Everyday Speech Curriculum is right for me?"

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