Have you ever seen those photo thought bubbles app on your iphone? This photo thought bubbles app to work on perspective taking is easy to implement! I love working on perspective taking with my students with social skill deficits.
The best way to teach students perspective taking is using visuals to show what my brain is thinking! Photo thought bubbles app to work on perspective taking is perfect for that on-the-go therapist that doesn’t always have time to prep therapy! You can use it from your phone and make thought bubbles with people from your student’s environment!! Cool, right!? This is a great activity to target identifying emotions and non-verbal cues as well as work on what could be in their thought bubble. You can add in text or leave it blank, so the students can come up with their own answers.
You can also write in thoughts that don’t match the non-verbal cues and students have to identify if the thought matches the non-verbal cues! The best part of this about this app is that it is only .99 cents! You can download this app HERE!. Have you used photo thought bubbles app to work on perspective taking? I would love to know what you think! What other fun apps have you found for teaching perspective taking ? I would love to add some more to my stash!