Fun ways for your students to learn HOW and WHEN to ask for help and HOW to stay on task!
Would your students benefit from learning how to stay on task, so they finish their work? Do they know how to ask for help if they need it? This activity guide helps you teach K-6 students the social skills featured in the book I Just Want to Do It My Way!
More than 20 easy-to-follow activities will help your students learn how and when to use the skills of Staying on Task and Asking for Help. The activities range from individual quiet work, to interactive physical activities that will grab students’ attention and have them up and out of their seats.
Suggestions on how to blend some of the activities are also included. Kids have fun while practicing each skill and learn that sometimes “their way” isn’t the best way to be successful. Each activity includes:
- Instructions for each activity
- List of materials when needed
- Activity Sheets
- Homework ideas
More than a dozen activities include reproducible pages and reward coupons in full color that can be used to recognize students who master and use the skills appropriately. Digital forms and worksheets are available to download. Use the creative ideas in this guide to encourage your students in grades K-5 to Stay on Task, and Ask for Help.