KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers

KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readersplay
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
KinderSocialSkills: Social Skills Easy Readers
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KinderSocialSkills Easy Readers- a set of 300 books covering 75 social skills topics!

What are KinderSocialSkills Easy Readers?

KinderSocialSkills easy readers take 75 common social skills and teaches them in a kid-friendly way for students. The students are able to grow and develop by reading the social stories. The social stories contain two main characters, Tom Cat and Tabby Cat. The two cats will take the students on adventures as they are introduced to the broad social skills context through school settings.

KinderSocialSkills easy readers consist of 75 books. Each of the 75 readers come in four levels (A-D). At the back of each easy reader, is an included comprehension check.

What is included in KinderSocialSkills?

- 300 easy readers (75 skills and 4 levels of each book A-D)
- Grayscale books included
-FREE BONUS! Interactive books added!

What does the RESEARCH say about KinderSocialSkills?

Research shows us social skills are at times a bigger indicator for future success in life than academics (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2015). That statement is profound. A longitudinal study regarding kindergarten students and social skills was conducted by Drs. Damon Jones and Mark Greenberg, both professors at Pennsylvania State University, and Dr. Max Crowley, a professor from Duke University. The kindergarten students were tracked over a 20 year period and the results were astonishing. The predictions made in kindergarten based upon their social skills had a direct correlation with outcomes met in mid-adulthood and later adulthood. The study showed that utilizing social emotional health programs at a young age can help to improve these social skills. Furthermore, when students are given an opportunity to learn social skills, educators and parents are given the ability to notice those lacking these social skills and then set up immediate and intense interventions to correct this disconnect. The researchers believed that social skills are just as vital in the kindergarten classroom as academics.

What skills are included in KinderSocialSkills?

Story 1: Taking Turns
Story 2: Following directions
Story 3: Following rules
Story 4: Sharing
Story 5: Being a good friend
Story 6: Impulse control
Story 7: Voice volume
Story 8: Tattling
Story 9: Being first and last
Story 10: Interrupting
Story 11: Personal space
Story 12: Asking for help
Story 13: Apologizing
Story 14: Helping
Story 15: Praising others
Story 16: Good sportsmanship
Story 17: Patience
Story 18: Compromising
Story 19: Respecting others
Story 20: Eye contact
Story 21: Identifying feelings
Story 22: Expressing feelings
Story 23: Encouragement
Story 24: Complimenting
Story 25: Communicating clearly
Story 26: Expected behavior
Story 27: Think before you speak
Story 28: Peer pressure
Story 29: Problem solving
Story 30: Manners
Story 31: Being flexible
Story 32: Accepting "no"
Story 33: Accepting criticism
Story 34: Celebrating success
Story 35: Asking permission
Story 36: Participation
Story 37: Staying on task
Story 38: Using names
Story 39: Conflict resolution
Story 40: Cooperation
Story 41: Forgiving
Story 42: Reliability
Story 43:Trust
Story 44: Initiating a conversation
Story 45: Holding a conversation
Story 46: Ending a conversation
Story 47: Responsibility
Story 48: Respecting yourself
Story 49: Respect property
Story 50: Respect others
Story 51: Respect authority
Story 52: Facial expressions
Story 53: Body language
Story 54: Honesty
Story 55: Perseverance
Story 56: Making mistakes
Story 57: Best effort
Story 58: Avoiding conflicts
Story 59: Accepting differences
Story 60: Confidence
Story 61: Actions impacting others
Story 62: Self-esteem
Story 63: Being bossy
Story 64: Being positive
Story 65: Calming down
Story 66: Making decisions
Story 67: Knowing strengths
Story 68: Knowing weaknesses
Story 69: Multiple friends
Story 70: Gratitude
Story 71: Sore loser
Story 72: Control
Story 73: Guilt
Story 74: Giving Criticism
Story 75: Separation

*Please note that the stories may be used in any order you choose!

View KinderSocialSkills Curriculum Version ONE here!

View KinderSocialSkills Curriculum Version TWO here!

**Be sure to view the preview!**

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