Social skills include not only verbal communication, but also the ability to read facial cues and body language. These skills are essential for kids to learn as they grow. Young kids need to learn these skills from the adults in their life. Using games and fun learning activities to practice social skills is a great way to do this. Check out our social skills games, curriculum, printables, and more to help early learners, kids on the autism spectrum, or others who need some extra practice.
Interactive Notebook - Social Skills
Save money with this student interactive notebook all about social skills. This interactive notebook from Educating Everyone 4 Life will be a tool you use throughout the entire school year.
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Hey Hello (from the Mixing it up CD)
Benefits: Good for encouraging language via catchy, predictable, repeated “hey, hello” phrase. To elicit more interaction, try singing hello into a mic. (Party stores sell cheap, fun toy mics).