Social Skills Worksheets and Printables

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Senses and Feelings
Senses and Feelings
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Senses and Feelings
Quiz your kindergartener on feelings and the five senses with this cute picture test.
Preschool
Science
Worksheet
Understanding Feelings
Understanding Feelings
Worksheet
Understanding Feelings
What does happy look like? Help your kindergartener understand feelings with this fun and creative drawing exercise.
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Manners Worksheet
Manners Worksheet
Worksheet
Manners Worksheet
This manners worksheet shows even the youngest child the basics of being polite and helpful. Try this manners worksheet to teach your child proper etiquette.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
All About Me, and You!
All About Me, and You!
Worksheet
All About Me, and You!
What's the preschooler's favorite subject? Himself! Kids love questions about themselves, but this worksheet also has your kid finding out about someone else.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
All About My Hair
All About My Hair
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All About My Hair
Don't do this worksheet on a bad hair day! It's all about you and your hair.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Flashcards
Emotions Flashcards
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Emotions Flashcards
Tap into your emotions with these adorable flashcards. Kids can practice recognizing and naming the different emotions that we feel.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
House Rules
House Rules
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House Rules
Every family has house rules, even if they aren't posted anywhere. Let your child make up her own house rule and make a poster for it.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Paper Doll Girl: Party Fashion
Paper Doll Girl: Party Fashion
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Paper Doll Girl: Party Fashion
Dress to impress with a paper doll activity! Your child can practice identifying different articles of clothing as she dresses this doll for a party.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Map Fun 1
Map Fun 1
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Map Fun 1
Give your preschooler an introduction to maps with basic scenarios like walking to school or mailing a letter.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #2
Emotions Coloring Sheet #2
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #2
Is this person feeling happy or tired? Your child can decide as he adds some colors to this emotions coloring sheet!
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Map Fun 4
Map Fun 4
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Map Fun 4
If you were a house cat, this would be a map of the world, but it's really just a map of a house. Read the instructions to your child and watch him map a route.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Paper Doll Boy: Party Fashion
Paper Doll Boy: Party Fashion
Worksheet
Paper Doll Boy: Party Fashion
How would you dress for a party? Help your little learner to identify different articles of clothing with a fun paper doll activity.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Map Fun 2
Map Fun 2
Worksheet
Map Fun 2
Has your kid ever tried working with a map? Use this worksheet to give your kid a fun start with maps.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Firefighting Equipment
Firefighting Equipment
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Firefighting Equipment
Help your child cut out the items that a fireman would need to do his job, and paste them over the items that don't belong.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Map Fun 5
Map Fun 5
Worksheet
Map Fun 5
Here's a worksheet for a rainy day. Can't go to the park? Settle for a park map. Follow the directions and help your preschooler develop some early math skills.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #10
Emotions Coloring Sheet #10
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #10
Is this person feeling tired or frightened? Your child can decide as he adds some colors to this emotions coloring sheet.
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Follow the Exit Route
Follow the Exit Route
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Follow the Exit Route
Schools and other buildings have exit routes for emergencies. Your preschooler will read the instructions and draw the exit route on the diagrams.
Preschool
Social studies
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Emotions Coloring Sheet #6
Emotions Coloring Sheet #6
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #6
Is this person feeling mad or frightened? Your child can decide as he adds some colors to this emotions coloring sheet.
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #5
Emotions Coloring Sheet #5
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #5
With one eyebrow up and one eyebrow down, this face is showing a clear emotion. Can your child figure out which one?
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Haunted House Map
Haunted House Map
Worksheet
Haunted House Map
Follow directions to find a key and escape a spooky haunted house.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #9
Emotions Coloring Sheet #9
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #9
This boy has a crooked frown and half-closed eyes. What word describes how he feels? Your kid will color this face and choose an emotion word to describe it.
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #4
Emotions Coloring Sheet #4
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #4
Learn a few new words to describe emotion with this funny coloring page! Your child can decide whether this person is feeling scared or silly.
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #8
Emotions Coloring Sheet #8
Worksheet
Emotions Coloring Sheet #8
Learn a few new words to describe emotion with this funny coloring page! Your child can decide whether this person is feeling surprised or sad.
Kindergarten
Social studies
Worksheet
Map Fun 3
Map Fun 3
Worksheet
Map Fun 3
Does your preschooler love maps? No, not apps...maps! They're kind of important, so start your little one off with some fun worksheets to introduce her to them.
Preschool
Social studies
Worksheet

Social Skills Worksheets and Printables

These social skills worksheets and printables help kids learn valuable skills of emotional literacy, communication, and completing everyday tasks. Perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners, our social skills worksheets hone your child's understanding of their own and others' feelings and how to talk about them effectively. Students also learn practical skills that can help increase their independence, including preparing food, brushing their teeth, and navigating maps!