101 Ways To Teach Children Social Skills[RESOURCE REMOVED]
Although some children seem to be socially adept from birth, others struggle with the challenges of social acceptance. With adult guidance, however, those children can become socially adept as well, shy children can become more outgoing, aggressive children can learn self-control, and socially isolated children can be taught how to make friends. Children with well-developed social skills, do better in school, face life’s challenges with greater resiliency, have a better self-image, and experience the rewards of positive relationships
Topics include: Communicating, nonverbal communication, being part of a group, expressing your feelings, caring about yourself and others, problem solving, listening, standing up for yourself, and managing conflict. Written for use with groups of children, such as a classroom or counseling group, the activities are intended to help children in every aspect of their social development, including their relationships with peers, parents, and teachers.
This set includes both a book and CD featuring 101 ready-to-use, reproducible activities to help children improve their social skills. Copies can be made from the book or printed directly from the CD.