Social Skills - Content Standards

The 10 themes in Volume 1 address the following California State Content Standards

"Wait to Speak Until Called Upon"

Participate in group activities and are beginning to understand and cooperate with social expectations, group rules, and roles.

"Follow Fire Drill Instructions"

Have growing capacities for self-control and are motivated to cooperate in order to receive adult approval and think approvingly of themselves.

"Raise Your Hand Before Speaking Out"

Participate in group activities and are beginning to understand and cooperate with social expectations, group rules, and roles.

"Use a Quiet Voice Inside"

Use accepted language and style during communication with familiar adults and children.

"Be Still and Quiet in Line"

Regulate attention, thoughts, feelings, and impulses more consistently, although adult guidance is sometimes necessary.

"Ask Before Interrupting Play"

Interact easily with peers in shared activities that occasionally become cooperative efforts.

"Listen When the Teacher Talks"

Participate in group activities and are beginning to understand and cooperate with social expectations, group rules, and roles.

"Play By the Rules"

Interact easily with peers in shared activities that occasionally become cooperative efforts.

"Sit When the Teacher Says"

Participate in group activities and are beginning to understand and cooperate with social expectations, group rules, and roles

"Use Lunchtime Manners"

Regulate attention, thoughts, feelings, and impulses more consistently, although adult guidance is sometimes necessary.

 

Volume 2: Interpersonal Skills

Volume: Interpersonal Skills

Addresses the following California State Content Standard:
Participate in group activities and are beginning to understand and cooperate with social expectations, group rules, and roles.

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