What Would You Do in the Community If...

Fun Deck®

By Thaashida L. Hutton, M.S., CCC-SLP

Grades K-3

SKU
FD142
Rating:
93% of 100
$12.95
56 illustrated question cards prompt children to discuss their reactions when faced with they are faced with different situations in their communities. Content/game idea cards. Metal tin. Grades K-3. Cards (2½" x 3½").
56 illustrated question cards prompt children to discuss their reactions when faced with they are faced with different situations in their communities. Content/game idea cards. Metal tin. Grades K-3. Cards (2½" x 3½").
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Author(s) Thaashida L. Hutton, M.S., CCC-SLP
Topic Card Decks, Critical Thinking, Fun Decks, Questioning Skills, Reasoning, Social Skills
Brand Super Duper Publications

What Would You Do in the Community If...

Students discuss how to react appropriately when faced with different situations within their community by answering these thought-provoking questions.

  • 56 illustrated question cards (2½" x 3½")
  • Content cards
  • Game ideas
  • Sturdy metal tin for storage

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Customer Reviews
  1. Great, Functional
    These cards give situations that are very functional. My students can relate to them. They depict real situations that will help develop life skills. My students enjoy working with them .

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  2. Very useful!
    I'm finding several uses for this product. I can practice social skills with my students on the autism spectrum and I can have my parent volunteers practice carryover of artic skills. Very versatile!

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  3. Fun Deck Cards
    I bought the entire set of all these cards for my special education class' social group. They are great to use for discussion as a group or with a smartboard gameboard where each student answers and moves a space. I think these would be great for K-3rd grade as well.

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  4. Problem Solved
    WOW, another wonderful activity from Super Duper! I am a big fan of the Fun Decks and use them regularly as a part of my during Community Based Instruction. The cards are attractive, detailed and display such various hypothetical and appropriate situations people encounter in the community. This is a great activity for social skills, problem solving and and inferences. Thanks SD and keep them coming!

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  5. I really enjoy the Wh...
    I really enjoy the Wh products... flashcards and hands on games really get the clients involved!

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  6. Love the social skills resources!...
    Love the social skills resources!

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. love the wh- question cards...
    love the wh- question cards and wh- bingo! makes it fun for students to answer wh- questions, and gives them a visual for those who need them.

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