Elementary Social Skills
Elementary Social Skills
Appropriate for ages 4-8

Students often need extra support when it comes to mastering social skills. That’s why we created Elementary Social Skills. This comprehensive curriculum and assessment teaches socially-valid skills through animated video-modeling episodes, teacher-delivered lesson plans, and student activities. In Elementary Social Skills Elementary, students follow the adventures of four fun, relatable animated characters as they learn to cooperate, listen, respect personal space, express emotions appropriately and more. Each target social skill is introduced and illustrated in a 2- to 3-minute animated episode and is part of a series of six days of lessons that include methods for differentiating instruction, generalization activities and homework assignments. Elementary Social Skills Elementary is designed for students who have a minimum language level of 4 years.
Progress Monitoring
Behavior Data Collection and Assessment
Collecting data is very important, however it can sometimes be difficult when trying to work in a variety of settings. Elementary Social Skills curriculum has a data tool that helps with data-based interventions, prioritization of target skills and maintenance and generalization.
Student Assessment Summary Report
Each Assessment Includes:
Pre- and Post Tests (Objective) - Information based on direct observations and interactions with the child. Mastery is set at 3 consecutive correct responses (displays of target behavior) or 4/5 (80%) correct responses.

Progress Monitoring (Short-term Objectives) - If a student fails the pretest, the student enters progress monitoring. The student will now be assessed on short-term objectives. Each terminal goal or target skill is broken down into 3 short-term objectives.

Maintenance Assessments - Criterion-referenced assessments that cognitively assess the students' understanding of the target behavior.

ABC Data Collection - Data collection that assists in identifying patterns of behavior for target skills, further helping educators to find appropriate interventions and teaching strategies.
View Assessment
Organized by behavior domains for easy access

Preview Assessment
Preview assessment content and learning objectives

Assessment in Progress
Collect data in multiple environments

Student Assessment Progress
Data are automatically organized and graphed

ABC Data Collection
Collect data to help identify the function of behavior

Social Skills Curriculum
Lesson Plans and related materials organized by skill

Behavioral Domains and Targeted Skills


The social skills featured in TeachTown Social Skills are critical to students’ well being. These skills help optimize classroom learning and school safety for students with special needs and diagnosed with ASD. TeachTown Social Skills can help these students focus on building positive peer relationships. At a time when the issue of bullying has become such an important part of the conversation, this program can help students cope with bullies and lessen the likelihood that they will become bullies themselves. Integrated throughout each volume of TeachTown Social Skills are themes that help students build confidence, make good decisions, and become successful students — all of which contribute to creating a safe and secure school environment.


Each Target Social Skill Contains

  • An animated episode that is 2-3 minutes in length
  • 5 sequential teacher-driven lessons
  • 1 extension activity lesson plan
  • 1 homework assignment
  • 1 comic book activity
  • 1 worksheet
  • Visual Supports
  • Online Assessment
  • Data Reporting/Data Forms

Five Behavioral Domains of TeachTown Elementary Social Skills:

Domain 1: Following Rules
  • Ask Before Interrupting Play
  • Be Still and Quiet in Line
  • Follow Fire Drill Instructions
  • Listen When the Teacher Talks
  • Play by the Rules
  • Raise Your Hand Before Speaking Out
  • Sit When the Teacher Says
  • Use a Quiet Voice Inside
  • Use Lunchtime Manners
  • Wait to Speak Until Called Upon

Domain 2: Interpersonal Skills
  • Ask Before You Hug
  • Be a Good Listener
  • How to Join Friends During Playtime
  • It’s More Fun to Share
  • Look When Saying Goodbye
  • Respect Personal Space
  • Respond When You Are Greeted
  • Say Why You’re Mad
  • Sometimes Things Break by Accident
  • Take Turns with Toys

Domain 3: Self-Regulation & Coping
  • Ask an Adult for Help
  • Be Nice When You Lose
  • How to Cheer Yourself Up
  • Know When to Take a Break
  • Say Why You’re Sad
  • Sometimes Friends Don’t Want to Play
  • Speak Up for Yourself
  • Stay Calm When the Schedule Changes
  • Take Deep Breaths to Stay Calm
  • Try Again When You Make a Mistake

Domain 4: Good Communication
  • Make a Request
  • Change Topics Politely
  • Ask About Others Interests
  • Wait to Enter a Conversation
  • Initiating A Conversation
  • How to Say No
  • Apologize When You Make a Mistake
  • Tell the Truth
  • Continuing a Conversation
  • How to End a Conversation

Domain 5: Friendship
  • Stay Positive
  • Help Solve a Problem
  • Ask a Friend for Help
  • Including Others
  • Helping Others
  • Comfort Sad Friends
  • Compliment Others
  • Respect Differences
  • Making Up After a Disagreement
  • Thinking About Others
Lesson Plans
Lesson plans are designed to be implemented daily and sequentially, however implementation can be flexible to meet the diverse needs of classrooms and learners.

Day 1: Priming
Prepare students to learn the skill

Day 2: Introduction
Introduce animated video model

Day 3: Social Comic
Students create comic books and retell the story

Day 4: Perspective Taking
Guide students on taking the characters’ perspectives

Day 5: Generalization Lesson
Teach across environments, people and materials

Day 6: Extension Activity
Guide students in predicting and implementing alternate solutions
Aligning Elementary Social Skills to PBIS
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an implementation framework that is designed to enhance academic and social behavior outcomes for all students by (a) emphasizing the use of data for informing decisions about the selection implementation and progress monitoring of evidence-based practices; and (b) organizing resources and systems to improve durable implementation fidelity (Sugai and Simonsen, 2012). Elementary Social Skills comprehensive curriculum and assessment utilizes evidence based practices to teach socially valid behaviors and can be integrated into a PBIS framework easily.
Elementary Social Skills was designed by professionals with backgrounds in general and special education, developmental and behavioral psychology and speech-language pathology.
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Correlations and Alignments
Elementary Social Skills provides correlations and alignments to Common Core State Standards and state curriculum frameworks.
Correlations and Alignments
Funding Sources
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Elementary Social Skills is ideal for children with special needs, autism and emotional and social development needs while also proving effective with the entire classroom or school. Adults working with children that need additional support are thrilled with the progress they make in a variety of situations, settings, and social interactions.