What Do You Say . . . What Do You Do . . . ® At School?

A Social Skills Board Game

By Nancy Crist and Rose Sheedy

Grades K-8

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GB241
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95% of 100
$59.95

390 School Situation Cards with a BIG 18" x 18" game board for teaching and reinforcing important school-related social-emotional skills. 144 laminated cardboard school tokens, six token strips, 6-color die, and six laminated cardboard school characters. For 2-6 players. 

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390 School Situation Cards with a BIG 18" x 18" game board for teaching and reinforcing important school-related social-emotional skills. 144 laminated cardboard school tokens, six token strips, 6-color die, and six laminated cardboard school characters. For 2-6 players. 

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Author(s) Nancy Crist and Rose Sheedy
Topic Autism, Best Sellers, Evidence-Based Products, Games, Gift Ideas, SLP Resources, Social Skills, Special Educator Resources, Teacher Resources
Brand Super Duper Publications

What Do You Say . . . What Do You Do . . . ® At School?

Going to school has never been so cool!

What Do You Say….What Do You Do…At School? is a colorful, fun, interactive board game for teaching and reinforcing important social skills that students need for successful interaction with their peers, teachers, and parents. The social situation cards in the game target reasoning, inferencing, pragmatic, narrative, and conversational skills. The question cards emphasize typical situations that children encounter at school, as well as peer relationships, safety precautions, following the rules, and interactions with adults. The questions are open-ended, requiring children to problem-solve and develop their own solutions to the situations. Additionally, the presentation of specific social situations encourages children to engage in role-play.

Challenge your students as they tour the school, collect tokens, and deal with everyday social skill situations in the classroom, lunchroom, school offices, related arts, playground, and around school areas. With almost 400 different social situations, your students will never play the same game twice! 2 to 6 players.

What Do You Say…What Do You Do…At School?

  • Colorful, foldable game board (18" x 18")
  • 144 laminated cardboard school tokens
  • 390 school situation cards (3⅜" x 1¾")
  • 6 laminated cardboard school characters
  • 6 token strips
  • Die with 6 colors
Customer Reviews
  1. Say & Do at School
    I work with middle school students and this game keeps them engaged as well as helps us work on multiple goals using one game/therapy material. It's quick and easy for those on the go social skills, problem solving sessions. 5 stars.

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  2. Great resource
    I bought this game to do with my K-8 grade students. The game is easy to follow, colorful but not too distracting and the situations are realistic. Great for all ages. It does get a little repetitive and perhaps with some of my younger students it gets difficult to communicate with open ended questions. I usually give them 2-3 choices if I see them getting overwhelmed. Overall a great resource for many different students.

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  3. Great Social Skill Resource
    This game is a great tool to be used with students who encounter difficulty in using appropriate pragmatic skills as well as lacking the knowledge of these skills. I have used it with some of my students including those who need highly engaging and motivating activities, and they loved it!

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  4. Fun!
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    80%
    My students with social goals have loved playing this game so far!

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  5. Good Stuff
    I use this product with students on the spectrum. They enjoy the board and the topics are appropriate. Makes them think about different options as well as pragmatics skills for the game play, itself.

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  6. Great social skills game!
    I just got this game a few weeks ago and absolutely love it! The questions and school themed questions are so functional and thought frolicking for those social skills kiddos on my caseload. Thanks for a great game!

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  7. Great Social skills exposure!
    I am extremely pleased with this product! I have one patient who is Asperger's and demonstrating difficulty with social skills. This board game offers soooo many situations! I have only been using it with him for 3 weeks, but he appears to be learning from t hem.

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  8. What Do You Say...What Do You Do..at School?
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    Great versatility! Thought provoking questions dealing with a variety of "real life" communication situations. Students were motivated to move to variety of school settings in order to obtain their location chips!!

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  9. Excellent
    The students enjoy the game board and I use the game situation cards with a variety of activities.

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  10. What Do You Say...
    I have been very happy with the social skills board game "What Do You Say..What Do You Do...At School?" I have used it with several groups of students working on social skills. It is a fun format to introduce new skills and reinforce skills already taught. The students have really enjoyed the game!

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  11. Pragmatics
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    My students love playing this game. I use it not only for my students working on pragmatic skills, but also for language and artic students. Who can't use a little reenforcement with these skills?

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  12. I love this game
    This is a great game for children who have difficulty in social situations at school. My students very much enjoy playing this game.

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  13. What you say what you do
    I loved the game easy to use My students love it too

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  14. Awesome game
    This game is an awesome product for preparing children for the classroom.

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  15. great game for social skills
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    I love using this game with my elementary students. It is great for developing social language skills, and the scenarios can be role played to help kiddos practice.

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  16. Taking the frustration out of planning therapy
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    I've played this game numerous times with various children ranging from 6 - 12 years. All loved playing this game. It can be used with various disorders not only children with ASD. What I really like about this game is that it allows you to target higher order thinking like cause and effect and problem solving without the hassle of having to plan an in-depth lesson. The children learn these skills as the play! I would highly recommend this game to any therapist!!!

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  17. What!
    What Do You Say...What Do You Do...At School? continues a tradition of realistic, authentic, and engaging therapy materials developed by Super Duper for students on the Autism Spectrum. Our students do NOT learn and/or have innate social communication skills. The social dimension has to be broken down into meaningful activities that keep them tuned in as they learn. It would be impossible to make gains with these students without motivating games such as What Do You Say...What Do You Do...At School? In addition to being impossible, it would not be practical as SLP's paperwork time has increased there is less preparation time. Thank goodness for games in a box that address ALL of the critical components for students to be able to navigate the school social network. It is painful at times to watch them try to interact successfully and with coaching and repetition they will now be able to not only be academically successful but socially successful. Take a bow, Super Duper!

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  18. What do you say what do you do at school.
    Great starting point to help teach social skills. The variety of scenerios is enormous. Besides the game being a great learning centre activity, the cards themselves are great for a quick "5 min before the bell "social skills problem solving session for the whole class, especially playground scenarios they are likely to meet immediately after. Appropriate for a variety of ages.Well presented, colourful board and sturdy construction.

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  19. What Do You Say? What Do You Do?
    I love this activity as it is perfect for a language group. Objectives can be tailored to obviously include comprehension of Wh questions. Students responding in complete sentences can also work on grammatical and syntactical skills. Finally, it is an excellent social skills activity, incorporating problem solving and turn taking. Most important of all, kids love it!

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  20. Social Stories Game
    I love the simplicity of this game that even the young children can provide answers to the questions.

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  21. Great Social Skills game
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    I played this game with two middle school students with Autism and cognitive disorders. They loved it! One of my student's parents was observing the session, and she mentioned that it was a really great game and reinforced some social skills she was trying to teach at home as well. Not only an SLP endorsement, but a parent liked it also!

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  22. Fabulous Product
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    What a fabulous product!! This game is wonderful for children with pragmatic difficulties and those other students whose social skills can use a little finessing, too. I use this game in mixed groups of articulation, language, fluency, and pragmatics children because I find that most children can use a little work with social skills and they can work on their other difficulties as well.

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  23. Love it!
    I just got this game in the mail as a part of my supply order for next school year. I've played it with several of my students who have Autism or Aspergers. They loved the game and I loved how easy it was to practice social skills in our small group! The questions cover many different situations that my elementary students face on a daily basis. I plan to by the At Home version next!

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  24. I love the fun, coulourful...
    I love the fun, coulourful games that make therapy more enjoyable for the students and myself!

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  25. I love the games and...
    I love the games and hands on activities. The children love them.

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  26. I love being able to...
    I love being able to get all of my therapy supplies in one place! You have such a broad range of products that can be used for the entire continuum of my students---everything from articulation to autism.

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  27. I enjoy the games and...
    I enjoy the games and fun decks the most.

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  28. Love the social skills resources!...
    Love the social skills resources!

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  29. Love your products! I have...
    Love your products! I have never found more useful tools available in one place for my son with Autism. I just need to win lotto! LOL But in the meantime I hope to purchase one every month to utilise at home and school. Thanks for any awesome resource and products!

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  30. I would like to see...
    I would like to see a counselling section that includes anger management resources and grief. I enjoyed the social skills section the most.

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  31. As a mother of a...
    As a mother of a fourth-grader who has Asperger's, I particularly enjoy all of the games and social skills activities that you have available. All of your products appear to be so fun and enjoyable for the kids, that they probably don't even realize that they are picking up some very important life skills while they are playing them. That's important, because, after all, why shouldn't social skills games be just as entertaining as any childrens game? You guys obviously 'get' kids ---thanks!!!

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  32. Super Duper has GREAT games...
    Super Duper has GREAT games and ideas that we use frequently in our school therapy sessions.

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  33. service is great! we just ordered...
    service is great! we just ordered the Funalogy game. Our children love the games & anytime we use the secret decoder.

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  34. I love the Super Duper...
    I love the Super Duper games! My students don't even realize they are learning! I have been ordering your products for years and I think Super Duper is just that-SUPER DUPER! Thanks for being an SLP's best friend!

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  35. Perfect for Social Skills
    I love using the 'what do you say, what do you do at school' social skills game with my elementary students. There are so many questions/situations so the game is always different and exiciting for my students. The game is also great for addressing expressive language skills such as syntax and semantics when they are responding. I would recommend this game to any SLP who has students with social skills difficulties.

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  36. Not quite what I needed
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    While this game may be good for older students, it is too difficult for my current caseload of students (ages 3-13). I think that having pictures to go along with the questions would make it more appropriate for my students.

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  37. Really Great Product
    Definately a great game for all age groups and language difficulties.. Fun and really a great starter for the first few weeks of school and a game you can absolutely go back to throughout the year! Recommend it for sure!

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  38. I recently purchased What Do...
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    I recently purchased What Do You Say...What Do You Do...At School?, and I love it! Thanks for offering such wonderful products and free shipping!

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  39. I like the social board...
    I like the social board games. My students love to play them, look forward to coming to speech, and are able to talk about the skills we are learning!

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  40. I am really enjoying the...
    I am really enjoying the What Do You Say...What Do You Do... At School game, and, as always, Webber's Jumbo Articulation Drill Book on CD-ROM is a lifesaver!

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