Build a foundation for good social skills with these free printable social skills worksheets for elementary school-aged students. Social skills are all about being aware of how your actions impact others. Our free social skills get to the deeper level of social skills like using manners, waiting your turn, listening to others, using polite words by showing children how their actions impact other people. These elementary social skills resources answer why common social skills are important.
Our worksheets make it easy to build your next social skills lesson. Use them by themsleves, or combine these worksheets with our other teaching resources.
Our PDF worksheets are free to print or share for non-commercial use. Talking with Trees Social Skills Worksheets are available as downloadable PDFs that can be printed, or post them to your Google classroom or other Learning Management System. Built-in fillable fields enable children to type in their answers online.
Social Skills: Build abilities to read other's faces/body language and predict emotions
Social Skills: Teach children how to see things from someone else's perspective.
Social Skills: Students draw or write about a time they felt empathy, or understood how someone else felt.
Social Skills: Scenarios for behaving politely, showing courtesy and respect for others.
Social Skills: Learn about expected behaviors and being someone others can rely on.
Social Skills: Learn the importance of being truthful and speaking the truth about others.
Social Skills: Picture-based worksheet on being truthful, not deceiving, not falsely accusing others.
Social Skills: Listening to your inner guide about which actions are right and wrong.
Social Skills: Being a good friend, using kind words even when you're upset.
Social Skills: Noticing how your actions impact others.
Social Skills: Learn to think before speaking or acting.
Social Skills: Self awareness and understanding one's emotions. Having a positive attitude.