Introducing Social Skills to Children
More than 30 stimulating lessons, filled with rich activities make it fun to learn and teach important social skills. Included are skills identified by research as being essential to social development, like "listening to others," "speaking kindly," "respecting others' property," and "winning and losing" . . . with emphasis on social communication, cooperative or group play skills and conflict resolution. Includes a manual with 24 pages of blackline masters for student activities; 12 full-color, precut puppets; 630 reinforcement stickers, 4 skill posters.
Building Children's Social Skills through Folk Literature
Folktales from around the world that reflect a diverse array of cultures help teach children vital social skills in this engaging program. These stories are just a part of the 31 activity-rich lessons that target such important skills as "speaking assertively," "accepting individual differences," "giving and accepting criticism," "respecting others' property," "helping others participate," and "controlling temper." Includes a teacher's manual, 31 posters and audiocassettes with dramatic readings of each folktale.
Taking Part and Working Together by Gwendolyn Cartledge and James Kleefeld were published by American Guidance Services. The AGS publication of Taking Part and Working Together are now out of print, but both titles are currently being reprinted by Research Press. Call 1-800-519-2707 or see their website at for further information.