Review Social Skills Activities for Kids: Great book with easy to understand activities.

What are the Dos and Don’ts for making and keeping friends? How can you decode body language clues? What’s the best way to keep a conversation going? Just like learning multiplication tables, social skills don’t come naturally—every child has to learn them. Luckily, this book makes mastering social skills super fun with 50 awesome activities.


About the Author

NATASHA DANIELS is a child therapist and mom to three kids who teach her most of what she knows in life. She is the author of Anxiety Sucks! A Teen Survival Guide and How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler. She is also the creator of the parenting site AnxiousToddlers.com.

Peggy:Great book with easy to understand activities.
This is a wonderful book with exercises in teaching appropriate social skills to children. It includes tips on how to make and keep friends, how to talk to other people (both children and adults), and decoding body language. Some of the activities are more "reflective", getting the child to think things through and understand how one action might be better than another. Overall, this is an excellent book for introducing social skills to children who might lack them. I recommend this book. Please mark if you find my review helpful. Thank you so much!

Hope-Librarian: A solid "yes" on book for all kids, and spectrum kids
I knew as soon as I opened the book to the first exercise it was going to be a good one. We see a picture and there are questions for children to answer about what’s going on. What do you hear? What do you feel? What do you guess is going on? And so on…
This will be a great book for parents, counselors, and teachers, both for its kid-friendly exercises and because it includes guidance - in short doses - in every chapter. As author Daniels, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker notes, the skills learned (with adults partnering) are easier to absorb in “bite-sized” pieces. She covers a wide range of social skills. She doesn’t miss much and she has clearly had hands-on experience, and she’s a mom, too. She rightly calls social skills “superpowers” and has an exercise where kids can rate their own strengths and weaknesses.
Some topics include starting and keeping a conversation going, accepting different qualities in friends, when to go along with the group and when not to, the three steps to reaching a compromise, telling tales, dealing with dares, table manners, and much more.
Jose c ladan: For middle schoolers and up to learn social skills
This is a wonderful book with exercises in teaching appropriate social skills to children. It includes tips on how to make and keep friends, how to talk to other people (both children and adults), and decoding body language. Some of the activities are more "reflective", getting the child to think things through and understand how one action might be better than another. Overall, this is an excellent book for introducing social skills to children who might lack them. I recommend this book. Please mark if you find my review helpful. Thank you so much!

Wynema Chavez:Created a Connection and Giving me Insight on my Child.

Last week we got our copy of Natasha Daniels "Social Skills Activities for Kids". The first night of I was able to get 2 lessons done. Let me tell you he REALLY loved the 2nd lesson and we made it a game. Every evening since we started he has been getting himself ready for bed because he is excited to do our lesson
As a reward we keep going back to Lesson an exercise where he is blindfolded and trying to get around the house (to show kids a metaphor for not having all the skills they may need). He loves this so much! It really has created a ROUTINE for us, a sense of connection and a way for me to get more insight as to what may be going on in my Childs mind. I highly recommend something like this if you all are looking for some way to make connection.


Family of Five: Relatable Fun Activities To Do Together
Bought this book to do with our eight-year-old who needs some practice with social skills and it surprised me how much she has really enjoyed the activities. We do a few activities every night together and it’s been a nice way to lead into conversations about soft skills in a playful game setting rather than me lecturing her. The activities are all fairly quick and fun to do together, even my preschool age children like to play along with us for some of the games.

Katie:  I'm developing curriculum based on this fantastic book!
This book is so thorough, applicable & creative. I'm a parent who is teaching a summer Friendship Skills class to a group of area children, including my own. The book is the perfect resource. I can't wait to try out the many fun activities & help kiddos grow in their relationships!

Alice C.
I am parent of a 9 year old boy with ASD. I bought this to see if it would help him as he has social issues. I’ve read through the book and we are now part way through the activities. I also have a 5yr old girl and she has joined in too.. I think my son is probably two years behind his peers mentally and emotionally, his social skills are not too bad although they definitely need refining and I think this book will do just the job. Page 80 discusses how sensitive you are and there is a little quiz.His book has situations in it and your child has to choose what they would do in these situations which then raises a discussion between you and your child.

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