Social Skills Worksheets To Print:
Let Me Introduce You... - Are you the first one to introduce yourself? You should it gives you a dominant role in any relationship.
Speaking of... - See if you can take a crack at telling us more about two people you know. Share some facts about two people you know. Ask an adult to help
you fill in the table.
Emotions - Even simple words (text) of emotion can make us instantly get a feeling. The expressions on your face show your feelings. We smile when we
are happy. We frown when we are sad.
How Do You Feel? - A few of the answers are open to interpretation, that's why it is meant to spark conversation.
Being a Good Friend - This is a little reminder to you and your peers. We put you through a series of different situations to see where they will go with it.
I Feel, You Feel - Do you have a good handle on what "happy" is? We will see with this worksheet.
Social Circus - When are you responsible, cooperative, and helpful?
Compliments - When writing your compliments, think about someone you know, and a compliment you would really like to give them about.
Conversation - At any given time, a conversation has both a speaker and a listener. Do both well and you'll go far.
How to Make Friends - List five character traits that help you to make friends. Take each of the traits that
you listed, describe how you can show each one, and what it is important.
Friendship - How do you think friends should act towards each other? Take time to examine this.
Are You A People
Magnet? - What kinds of things do you do and say that attract
others? Do you easily engage in talks with others? What kinds of things do you do and say that