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Social Skills Checklist

Your Free Social Skills Checklist Download is below

The social skills checklist is composed of fourteen free social skills worksheets for children, teens, and adults.
These free printable social skills worksheets cover the following areas:
  • General Social Skills
  • Communication and Technology
  • Hobbies and Personal Interests
  • Sports & Athletics
  • Grooming and Hygiene
  • Group Activities
  • Community Events
  • Culture and News
  • Time Management
  • Food
  • Finances and Commerce
  • Transportation
  • Conflicts
  • Volunteering
  • Career Foundation
Use these social skills checklists with your students to set goals and record progress. Complete information on the social skills worksheets can be found on this page.

Social Skills Checklist Download
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Age of Students
3 to 5
6 to 9
10 to 13
14 to 18
Older
Used for
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How to Use the Social Skills Checklists

There are 15 checklists for social skills. Each checklist starts with the most elementary skills and proceeds through the skills expected of a young adult.

Many of these your students will already have mastered. A check mark in the far left hand column indicates that he or she is competent in this skill. For instance, taking turns and not interrupting are very elementary skills. Some young children are adept at waiting for their turn, including their turn to speak. Others (even adults sometimes) are prone to start speaking or acting without regard for others.

If you have not placed a checkmark by a skill, consider what goal the student should achieve. (ie, not interupt others, develop a budget, keep an appointment calendar, etc.)

Discuss with the child the skill and the goal for him or her. Consider what activities and reminders would be appropriate to develop this skill. Mark in the third column the goal that you have agreed on.

Each time the student works on that goal, put a tally mark (or date) in the fourth column.

In general, you will only be working on one skill in a given area. And usually you will only be working on three or four goals at a single time.

These checklists are a general roadmap of social skills.

Basic Social Skills By Age

These general guidelines list the ages that the 14 areas are often taught. This is highly individualized for each student.

Social Skills for Preschoolers

  • General Social Skills
  • Communication and Technology
  • Hobbies and Personal Interests

Social Skills For Activities for Children

  • General Social Skills
  • Communication and Technology
  • Hobbies and Personal Interests
  • Sports & Athletics
  • Group Activities
  • Community Events
  • Food
  • Finances and Commerce
  • Transportation
  • Conflicts

Social Skills Activities for Teens and Young Adults

  • Communication and Technology
  • Hobbies and Personal Interests
  • Sports & Athletics
  • Group Activities
  • Community Events
  • Culture and News
  • Time Management
  • Food
  • Finances and Commerce
  • Transportation
  • Conflicts
  • Volunteering
  • Career Foundation


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