Targeted Skills and Behavioral Domains
TeachTown Social Skills Elementary Program targets 5 key behavioral domains
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.

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

Following Rules
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

Interpersonal Skills
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

Self-Regulation & Coping
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

Good Communication
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

Friendship

To see a list of domains and targeted skills, please click the image to the right.

View Middle School Program Targeted Behavioral Domains