Social Cognition Worksheets
Social Cognition Worksheets
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Are you looking for worksheets to be used in your identifying emotions activities? Then look no further! We’ve adapted our digital exercises to help you strengthen your client’s ability to identify and express emotions. Key features of this packet are:
- Emotion Recognition: Practice recognizing emotions at a glance. We’ve adapted our digital exercise, Ancient Writing, to use modern emotion-based emojis instead. Your client will have to read the emotions and identify which one does not belong.
- Expressive Vocabulary Building: This packet encourages exploring and incorporating diverse emotional words. Whether you’re seeking to expand your vocabulary or assist others in doing so, these exercises provide an enjoyable pathway. I Remember You is now into I Understand Your Emotions.
- Working Memory Recall: Can you recall the faces of different emotions at a moment’s notice? In contrast to typical n-back exercises, this packet has a series of emojis instead of colors or letters. This exercise would work great in this packet or on its own as a warm-up.
- Situational Response Practice: Elevate your client’s interpersonal interactions with informed emotional responses! Your client will have to engage in scenario-based activities that encourage thoughtful consideration of appropriate reactions to different emotional situations. Start to develop the ability to navigate conversations and relationships with empathy and grace.
Dive into the world of emotional vocabulary, recognition, memory reinforcement, and responsive communication with our Emotion Identification Worksheet Packet. Experience the transformational power of emotional intelligence today! Unlock the potential of emotions as you’ve never done before! Teachers, enrich your classroom with this packet and teach your students about emotional intelligence. Parents, start conversations with your kids about emotions. And lastly, therapists empower your clients to think about their emotions and maybe even enhance their understanding of emotions. We recommend this packet for any age who can identify emotions.
Included inside: 36 emotion worksheets and bridging questions.
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Are you looking for listening activities for farm animals? If so, then this is the packet for you! Practice your patient’s ability to recognize sounds and match them with the suggested animal. Our digital exercise inspired these listening activities, The Squeaking Mouse. These listening skills are essential for working on auditory processing and attention skills. Your clients should have fun trying to figure out the sound.
These worksheets are great for helping your clients practice auditory attention and memory recall. These activities will be great for preschoolers, warm up for an individual setting, Seniors looking for a fun game, or anyone who wants to improve their attention and auditory memory skills.
Include inside: 6 worksheets, 3 videos, and bridging questions.
If you like these worksheets, check out our other auditory exercises →
Are you working on helping your client improve their ability to use their emotional memory? If so, this packet is the perfect one for you. Use these memory activities may help engage your client’s verbal skills with emotions. Based on our digital exercise, Displaced Characters, this fun hybrid worksheet packet is a fun warm-up activity or group activity.
These worksheets will be great for middle schoolers, individuals with Aphasia, Seniors, and anyone who wants to improve their emotional verbal memory recall.
Include inside: 12 activities, 5 worksheets, and bridging questions.
If you like these worksheets, check out our other displaced characters worksheets here →
Have you ever had that awkward moment where you forget someone’s name? Work on your patient’s verbal working memory with this coffee shop adaptation of Restaurant. Our digital exercise, Restaurant, aims to help individuals improve their recall of orders and names. As they progress through this packet, the coffee orders will get harder, and your patient may start to feel like they are working at a real-life coffee shop. We hope this packet can inspire your patient to complete digital exercises like this to improve their verbal working memory. If it doesn’t, we hope they have fun exploring different styles of coffee drinks from around the world.
These worksheets will be great for middle schoolers, individuals with Aphasia, Seniors, and anyone who wants to improve their verbal working memory.
Include inside: 9 activities, 18 worksheets, and bridging questions.
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This packet takes our digital exercise, Root it Out, and adds a fun twist! We’ve taken Root it Out and added a social cognition aspect. Your patients will love decoding scrambles of letters, expressing the feeling words images give them, and decoding words that make people smile. All of these exercises will work on your patient’s verbal recall abilities. This packet has tasks for all cognitive abilities and all ages. We found the last puzzle challenging for even our master puzzle solver.
We hope your patients will enjoy this happiness-themed verbal recall packet. There is something in this packet for everyone. We recommend this packet for groups, adults, and anyone seeking a language challenge.
Included: 5 worksheets and bridging questions.
Social Cognition and Memory are the focus of this worksheet packet. This worksheet packet is packed full. 21 unique exercises span 38 pages in the packet. The key theme of this packet is emotions.
This packet will start by focusing on individuals and their emotions. Your patient must recognize emotions in each person’s face to correctly pick them out from the word box. Next, your patient will have to sort a list of emotional words alphabetically. This may help their memory recall emotion-based words in a normal sentence. After they review the bunches of emotional words, your patient will then have to memorize a list of emotions and find it in a mess of other emotions. This will use help to engage their verbal working memory. Lastly, your patient will have to do 3 different variations of root it out. The first is an unscrambled version. The second is a fill-in-the-missing letter. The last exercise is like the digital exercise Root it Out, except your patient must recall emotion-based words that start with a given letter.
From remembering people’s names and emotions to recalling emotional words, your patients will enjoy this packet. We recommend this packet for kids aged 8+ and individuals who want to work on their emotions.
Included inside: 38 worksheets and bridging questions.
This bundle contains our first series of social cognition-based worksheets. We wanted to bundle these worksheets together so you could buy more for less. Social cognition skills are essential for human interaction as they help individuals understand the emotions of the people around them.
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Bundles are a great way to buy more and save more! If you were to buy all of these packets separately, you would pay more than $30. Because we’ve bundled it, you’re getting an instant saving of over 20%! Our bundles are designed to help you buy workbooks for your patients.
What’s included inside: Instant PDF downloads of 2 packets and 2 minis or 31 unique worksheets.
Are you a problem solver? Use deductive reasoning to solve quotes that apply to different emotions. Skills like emotional control and self-monitoring are used in this exercise. Clients can apply these to real life situations such as learning how to express themselves in different environments.
Recognizing emotions in others can be difficult. For clients with psychological disorders as well as developmental disabilities, this can be a challenge. We designed this packet to be focused on recognizing and understanding emotions.
The first activity in this packet will focus on sorting faces based on whether they are smiling. This basic skill is needed to understand facial reactions within a social situation. The next exercise section is correctly naming and placing the emotional emoji on one side of the chart. This may work on a person’s ability to carry visual information from one section to another. Next, your patient will have to remember emotions with individuals expressing them. This may help them to learn how to categorize emotions and be able to recall them later on. The last section focuses on verbally understanding words and how they relate. Your patient will have to sort a list of words into certain categories.
From sorting faces based upon emotion, recognizing emotions, and being able to sort them, we hope your patient enjoys these emotion-centered worksheets today! This packet will be great for individuals with low social cognition skills. Preschoolers and children will also enjoy using this packet.
Included: 19 worksheets and bridging questions.
Feelings are hard. Try sorting emotions into categories in this social cognition packet. Clients will learn how to utilize skills such as self control in order to balance emotions. This packet will help you learn skills to better understand and express your emotions in everyday life. By working to sort and understand emotions, clients will feel more comfortable expressing emotions in different environments.
Social cognition involves awareness and accurately interpret others’ thoughts, feelings, and expressions. People may have difficulty with social understanding due to experiencing psychosis or a brain injury. Using this worksheet, you can work with your client on cognitive exercises related to understanding and comprehending emotions. We’ve adapted exercises like I Remember You and Restaurant to have a unique social cognition flare. We love how Secret Files may help individuals consider what emotive words are associated with each other.
This packet is great for anyone working on learning, practicing or understanding different emotions. You could use this packet with kindergarteners or aging seniors! The uses are limitless when it comes to implementing this worksheet into your therapy toolbox.
Included inside: 6 pages and bridging questions.