Communicate™ Junior Game

The Social Skills Party Game!

By Patty Mayo, Polly Hirn, Nancy Gajewski, and Judy Kafka / Redesigned by Sharon G. Webber, M.S. and Ryan Bradburn

Grades PreK-4

SKU
TPX4401
Rating:
93% of 100
$64.95

Revised social skills board game. 264 cards to teach 12 social skills: listening, voice, conversations, following rules, sharing/taking turns, eye contact, hygiene, body language, facial expressions, ignoring, time/place, and manners. Players go to a pizza party, answer questions, and earn "party food." Electronic spinner, 12 invitations, pawns, and "foods." 

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Revised social skills board game. 264 cards to teach 12 social skills: listening, voice, conversations, following rules, sharing/taking turns, eye contact, hygiene, body language, facial expressions, ignoring, time/place, and manners. Players go to a pizza party, answer questions, and earn "party food." Electronic spinner, 12 invitations, pawns, and "foods." 

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Author(s) Patty Mayo, Polly Hirn, Nancy Gajewski, and Judy Kafka / Redesigned by Sharon G. Webber, M.S. and Ryan Bradburn
Topic Best Sellers, Evidence-Based Products, Games, Motivational, SLP Resources, Social Skills, Special Educator Resources
Brand Super Duper Publications

Communicate™ Junior Game

You're invited to a Pizza Party! There is only one catch!
You must practice your social skills as you prepare for the party!

Teach essential social skills while enriching communication and language with this beautifully redesigned Communicate™ Junior game. Players earn tokens by answering lower to higher level questions about 12 important social skills. All players receive an invitation to a party, respond to questions about everyday social situations, and earn "party food" as they get ready for the party. Everyone is a winner as they work together!

Communicate Junior focuses on these skills.

  • Listening
  • Voice (tone and volume)
  • Conversations (starting, maintaining, ending)
  • Following rules
    • Sharing and taking turns
    • Eye contact
    • Hygiene
    • Body language
    • Facial expressions
    • Ignoring
    • Time and place
    • Manners

Communicate Junior:

  • 18" x 18" Game Board
  • 4 Pawns
  • Party This Way (PTW) Barrier (plastic stand and cardboard insert)
  • 4 Party Invitations (5½" x 8½")
  • 6 Game Characters
  • 8 Group Processing Sheets
  • Wet-Erase Marker
  • Chips
  • Social Skill Certificates
  • Electronic Spinner
  • 24 Chance Cards
  • 240 Question Cards (20 for each of the 12 topic areas) (3⅝" x 2⅛")
  • 16 Foam Party Food Tokens
Customer Reviews
  1. Wonderful Game
    Quality
    100%
    I love the scenarios and questions in this game. The board and spinner keep my students engaged. Both my ASD kids and my other kids enjoy playing this and are learning more about social communication.

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  2. cute game
    Quality
    60%
    The quality of the game itself was very nice. The kids had fun with it, but were more interested in the electronic spinner than the game. I would have liked to have more diverse faces on the game.

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  3. Communicate Junior Game
    Quality
    80%
    Although I don't currently have any students with social skills goals, I bought the Communicate Junior Game to work with some of my students with developmental delays.

    I like the fact that I have options for each card and that I can change it up to work at my students' level of functioning.

    The kids LOVE playing this game! They love working towards earning all of the party snacks.

    I highly recommend this game!

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  4. Communicate Junior Game
    Quality
    100%
    Great product!

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  5. Great game
    Quality
    80%
    I appreciate the questions and different categories to this game. I'm pretty sure I haven't combed the complete depths of the uses of this game, I've only just begun.

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  6. Social Skills
    Quality
    100%
    This product is one of the many games I have from Super Duper. I work with 18 autistic children and they love the real photos which helps them generalize the items to their environment. The questions/targets are also items that are on their IEP's and help them with their sounds and language skills, pragmatics, turn taking, and colors using the chips. Great for the variety of students I have ELL, speech, language, ASD, LD, etc. A valuable item to have in my personal collection of therapy materials.

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  7. Great product
    Quality
    100%
    I love that this product has so make different cards that you can use. I have used this a few times now and love to use it.

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  8. Another good fluency facilitator
    Quality
    100%
    As a fluency specialist, I am always looking for engaging tools to elicit speech in the clinic. Communicate Jr. allows me to target fluency skills as well as other pragmatic issues that sometimes accompany the disorder (i.e., eye contact). This context also allows for contol of language complexity so that we can work on word, phrase, sentence, or conversational speech.

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  9. Social Skills Game
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    100%
    Great way to review social skills. Kids loved building their pizzas and using the spinner

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  10. Best Game Ever!
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    100%
    This is the best game to reinforce social skills being taught. It addresses all the critical skills including tone of voice, body language, listening, conversational skills, manners, rules, and more! You can easily make it more difficult or easier for each student or group. You can adjust how long the game will go on, and for the higher functioning kids, you can have them rate themselves or others in the group. It is so flexible and thorough!

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  11. Great Game!
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    100%
    This is a great game to use with students with high-functioning autism. They love receiving the foods to put on their invitations to take to the pizza party. The questions cover a variety of topics students with pragmatic language difficulties experience on a daily basis. While the students are practicing their pragmatic language skills, they are also having loads of fun! I highly recommend this product.

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Instructions PDF

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