Social skills include the social knowledge, skills, and abilities that help all learners be successful. Learn more about social skills here, or consider some of these resources to get started right away.
Use social skills task cards to target and discuss basic interactions, conversations, empathy, friendships, and dealing with conflicts. These cards are perfect for morning meeting, discussion starters, or group work.
Integrate social skills and writing with a yearlong social skills journal. Over 200 prompts and activities are included to target a variety of skills.
Use these social skills lessons and workbook pages to teach understanding feelings, perspective-taking, using I-statements, and more.
An interactive board game to teach and practice building empathy. Learners can play with partners and small groups as they discuss and role-play empathy situations.
A lesson and hands-on craft that teaches strategies for managing emotions and developing self-regulation skills.
An interactive board game to highlight social problem-solving skills. Learners will practice problem-solving their way through real-life situations as they complete the game.
A set of 100 task cards highlighting social problem-solving situations for kids. Scenarios target situations with friends, family, in the classroom, at recess, and at lunch.
An interactive board game focused on self-control and self-regulation skills. Learners test their self-control knowledge and practice stopping and thinking through situations.
A complete self-regulation unit with over 45 individual activities. With a fun train theme, kids will learn how to be the conductor to their own thoughts, feelings, and actions.
A huge compilation of social skills activities and lessons for elementary learners. With over 400 pages, you will have the resources to teach everything from basic interactions to conversation skills.
Social skills visual posters to highlight over 80 unique social skills for kids and young adults. Post as reminders around the room or use as a bulletin board.