Help preschoolers learn about friendship and sharing with this fun activity inspired by Should I Share My Ice Cream? Perfect for a preschool class activity on friendship & sharing, a playdate, or even for siblings who are learning to share. So easy to set up and super fun!
Over 100 social skills activities for preschoolers. These activities teach young children social skills such as how to make and keep friends, listen and follow directions, how to express big emotions, and using good manners.
These Social Skills Task Cards (Set 2) include 1 complete set of "Go Behaviors/No Behaviors" Task Cards with a total of 68 cards included that focus on social skills and appropriate school behavior. What are "Go Behaviors and No Behaviors?" A Go Behavior is a good behavior. This means, "It's good. Go ahead and do it." A "No Behavior" is a bad behavior. This means, "No. Do not do that behavior."
The sensory aspect of this lesson—sandpaper and cotton balls—really hits the mark! Social skills including empathy and kindness, which are not intuitive for all preschoolers, are effectively reinforced.
Teach your students how to solve problems using visual supports and techniques in your early childhood classroom. Teaching social skills (aka character education) is just as important as teaching letters.
While we continue to work on social concepts with my autistic teen and with my toddler, I wanted to create a resource to help. One thing that we're working on is manners and I hope that this manners printable pack can be of use to you as well!