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I don’t know about you, but I have quite a few students who have a hard time seeing situations from the point of view of others.  So I created my newest activity, Can You See It My Way?

Can You See It My Way

This activity has 27 cards. Each card has a different scenario that your students will need to give two interpretations or perspectives for.


If they get it right, they can keep the card.  As students collect cards they can try to create the patterns for each level. The first person to create the pattern wins that level. Once a level has been completed, students can continue collecting cards but try to create the pattern for the next level.


It is similar to Phase 10 if you have ever played it. To see this game in action you watch the video below 🙂

You can get this activity at my TpT store HERE. I would love to giveaway a copy! Comment below and I will announce a winner tomorrow afternoon 🙂

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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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15 Responses

  1. Love the activity! Have been thinking of ways to adapt my students thinking to be more flexible thinkers this looks great. 🙂

  2. I love the scenarios you have created. This activity is great for perspective taking and flexible thinking. You can have students think of more than one reason for each scenario. Lots of my ASD students can only think of one reason for an action and when asked to think of another, they merely restate the same reason. I can put this activity to good use when I return to my school in a few weeks.
    I would use this in conjunctions with the squishy brains, reminding students to be flexible.

  3. This looks like a great activity! I love how you have turned it into a fun game to keep motivation up! Thanks for offering a giveaway!

  4. Such a cute way to use this clip art. Always working on this with my social group so would love to win!

  5. I think this activity would really motivate students as well as teach flexible thinking/perspective taking.

  6. I love the scenarios you have come up with. My students typically have an easy time answering this type of question, even though they need to work on this, but I think your questions will challenge them. Great product!

  7. I would love to win this activity. My students have such a hard time with this and i’ve been having trouble finding good activities. Plus the theme is super cute!!!

  8. These scenarios would be great for my students! This year, I have several students with goals to address perspective. It would be great to win these for my students. Thanks for making this product!

  9. unique and creative way to teach the concept of perspective taking. thanks so much. on my wish list but I hope to win!

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