Social Skills Worksheets
Help your child understand more about friendship, values, personality types and more with JumpStart's free and printable social skills worksheets.
Social skills in kids
Does your child have difficulties in making or keeping friends? Does he often get bullied or left out of games or other group activities? Most parents are concerned about their kids’ social skills or lack of them. You can make use of social skills worksheets to help your child improve his social skills.Social skills include behaviors such as making/maintaining eye contact, smiling and the give and take of compliments during social interactions. Kids with well-developed social skills tend to have largely positive social interactions and greater peer acceptance. Teaching social skills is crucial for raising happy, positive and balanced kids.
How can you help your child develop better social skills?
- Your child learns from the way you interact with others so make sure you are a role model for appropriate behavior. This includes greeting people, being a good listener and practicing self-control.
- Help your youngster develop an active social life by having him join clubs, setting up play dates, etc.
- Help him develop conversation skills.
- Help him handle difficult behaviors such as teasing and bullying.
Free and Printable Social Skills Worksheets
Social skills worksheets are unique resources designed from the perspective of children aged 3 – 12, to help them develop good communication skills, support kids experiencing social difficulties and encourage them to find their own solutions. No matter how responsible, confident or social your child is, social skills worksheets will help him do even better in life by making him more aware of himself and the people around him.
Help your child make the most of his social experiences – try our free worksheets today!
And when he’s done with them, don’t forget to check out our free educational worksheets for kids.