Book Title: Getting Along With Others: An Activity Book
Publisher: Boys Town Press
Author: et al Ronald W. Herron
All children need to learn how to get along with others. These abilities may have as much or more to do with success in later life as children's educational accomplishments. And just like reading and math skills, social skills can be taught to children. The 30 charts in this activity book can help you make social skill learning and practice lots of fun for your child. The playful illustrations, coloring activities, and rewards you offer will keep your child entertained and motivated. And they'll help improve your relationship with your child as well as his or her behavior! Suggestions on how to use the charts are included. Skills on the charts include: Listening to Others, Showing You Care, Following Instructions, Controlling Your Anger, Accepting "No," Correcting Mistakes, Interrupting in a Nice Way, Saying Something Nice, Telling the Truth, Saying You're Sorry, and Offering to Help Someone. When your child has learned all of the skills in this book, you can recognize the child's accomplishments by filling out the certificate offered on the back cover and posting it where the whole family can see!