Free Download PDF Social Skills Activities for Kids: 50 Fun Exercises for Making Friends, Talking and Listening, and Understanding Social Rules
The fun way for kids 6 to 10 to develop social skills and make friends more easily
What are the Dos and Don’ts for making and keeping friends? How can you decode body language clues? What’s the best way to keep a conversation going? Just like learning multiplication tables, social skills don’t come naturally―every child has to learn them. Luckily, this book makes mastering social skills super fun with 50 awesome activities.
Social Skills Activities for Kids gives children the confidence to successfully navigate social situations at home, school, and the world in between. From keeping the conversation ball moving to learning to compromise to practicing good table manners, these engaging activities help kids develop and use their social skills super powers.
Inside Social Skills Activities for Kids, you’ll find:
- Life lessons―Kids learn how to handle everyday social situations like communicating with peers and adults, using and interpreting body language, reading social cues, and more.
- 50 Interactive activities―Games, fill-in-the-blank exercises, and reflective entries keep kids learning and engaged.
- Real scenarios―Includes up-to-date topics like bullying and using social media.
Get the courage to be your very best self with Social Skills Activities for Kids.
From the Publisher
One of many social skills you’ll learn from the book:
It may seem like there are an awful lot of social skills to learn. Some you’ll use every now and then, and some you’ll use all the time. Here’s a quick list of the top 10 social skills that you can use every day:
Be friendly and smile at others.Be considerate and thoughtful of those around you. This includes not touching others without asking.Share and wait your turn.Be calm and control your emotions, especially anger.Don’t talk unkindly about other people.Ask people questions about themselves.Ask other people to play with you.Have good manners and be polite.Make good eye contact and don’t mumble.Don’t hog the conversation. Take turns talking and listening.
Publisher:Rockridge Press (March 26, 2019)
Reading age:6 – 10 years
Grade level:1 – 2
Item Weight:13.4 ounces
Dimensions:7.5 x 0.41 x 9.25 inches