Looking for a great warm-up or activity for your students that doesn't take much time but goes a long way in developing the positive social skills
that they need to be successful throughout school (and life)? These One-Minute Social Skills are perfect to give them a quick daily reminder and instruction in PBIS and character traits, such as: Caring, Respect, Empathy, Kindness, Responsibility, and Safety
. They can be used in a Response Journal or on their own and are appropriate for students in Grades K-3. With the amount of time students spend in front of technology, social skills instruction should be integrated each day.
Designed to take no more than 60-seconds to read and respond, One-Minute Social Skills provides a full month (5 WEEKS!) of daily activities
that can be used during Circle Time, Community Conversations, Individual/Small Group/Whole-Class Social Skills, or Writing.
5 Weeks of Daily Social Skills Writing Prompts (25 unique prompts)
5 Bonus Unique Holiday Prompts
1 Month-at-a-Glance Chart (Broken down by character trait/domain)
1 Activity Guide
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