Targeted Social Skills and Behavioral Domains

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Social skills are critical to all students’ well-being. These skills help optimize classroom learning and school safety for students with moderate to severe disabilities, including those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). TeachTown Social Skills helps students focus on building positive peer relationships.

At a time when the issue of bullying has become such a prevalent issue in K-12 education, 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.




Which 5 Key Behavioral Domains Does TeachTown Social Skills Elementary Program Target?

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

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

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

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


  • 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

These behavioral domains provide a roadmap to each student’s diverse challenges and strengths. TeachTown’s curriculum is meticulously designed to address each behavioral domain, ensuring a holistic approach to learning. TeachTown equips educators with the tools to foster meaningful growth in their students.

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