Ask & Answer® Social Skills Games

By Keri Spielvogle, Melanee Callough

Grades PreK and Up

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SOS62
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78% of 100
$54.95

24 color-coded game playing surfaces (12 boards) to improve social skills. Includes 68-page, reproducible activity booklet with target questions. 

24 color-coded game playing surfaces (12 boards) to improve social skills. Includes 68-page, reproducible activity booklet with target questions. 

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Author(s) Keri Spielvogle, Melanee Callough
Topic Autism, Best Sellers, Evidence-Based Products, Games, Social Skills
Brand Super Duper Publications

Ask & Answer® Social Skills Games

Motivate your students to develop and improve their social skills with "Ask & Answer" Social Skills Games. To play, you ask social skills related questions (found in the handy activity booklet), and the students answer what they would do in these situations. Players cover their "picture cue" game board spaces with colorful foam tokens as they play. First player to get three in a row wins!

"Ask & Answer" Social Skills Games target six different skill areas

  • Politeness
  • Solving Problems
  • Staying on Topic
  • Requesting Information
  • Initiating Conversation
  • Feelings

Each of the six skill areas has four game boards, allowing one to four players to engage in the fun. Each board includes nine realistic photos that provide excellent visual cues for the targeted social skills.

You not only get 24 playing surfaces (12 game boards printed front and back), but you get an activity booklet that provides four relevant social skill questions per picture. That's 216 questions in all! The questions are organized, making it easy to match the question to the board number, letter, and row on each student's game board. The activity booklet also contains a number of reproducible activity/homework sheets for additional social skills practice, as well as awards.

Need to adapt the boards for those students who have difficulty paying attention to nine pictures? Use the foam squares to cover a desired number of pictures prior to playing.

"Ask & Answer"Social Skills Games:

  • 24 color-coded game playing surfaces (12 game boards printed front and back)
  • 68-page activity booklet with reproducible social skills questions
  • 48 foam squares (4 different colors)
  • Convenient storage box
Customer Reviews
  1. Cool Social Skills Game
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    This is a great game for my social skills students.

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  2. good product
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    I like the different social skill areas this product targets. My students enjoyed it as well. I did need to modify the questions with some of my lower level students.

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  3. More than expected
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    Using the game I discovered that works for a lot of different language goals, receptive and expressive, not only pragmatics. Excellent tool, helps a lot!

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  4. Good Tool
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    I've found this game to be a good tool working with my 5yo with ASD. We can play with his younger sister, who also enjoys it. It takes some planning and thinking to implement it in an interesting way. I got it for a great price.

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  5. Nice little resource
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    This is a versatile resource that I enjoy using with my kiddo's...

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  6. Ask and Answer Social Skills
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    A must have for social skills curriculum! I love to use it with my younger elementary students. It is a great way to build social skills while working on language skills.

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  7. not what it is
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    I was disappointed with this, that is all I can say. I have tried to use it since I spent the money but very disappointed

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  8. Pragmatic bingo
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    The kids are enjoying learning these new bingo games. It appears they're going to work well with the 18-22 year old lower functioning transition students.

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  9. Still finding my way
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    I have had this game for a while now. I have used it with various autism spectrum students. As the facilitator I did not feel confident in using this game so I had placed it on hold for several months and today I have decided to give it a try again. After watching the video I am going to make some adjustments and see if it can become a game I will use with my student. I do not want to waste my money so I will continue to work with this game. But right now I am not a fan

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  10. Ask & Answer Social Skills
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    I 've using the therapy material to improve the pragmatic skills of my ASD students at my high school. We played bingo and it was fun, but it was difficult for them to grasp some of the pragmatic concepts. The manual reading format with the scenarios script was confusing anf visually distractible for the ASD high school population.. I had to make some adaptations and modifications in order to utilize the game at their developmental level. The easiest one for them was the "feelings" bingo game.

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Instructions PDF

The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.