Good worksheets for teaching social skills include practice sheets for identifying emotions, signs of stress and things that cause stress; social skills vocabulary worksheets, social skills goal sheets and social scenario sheets. Do2Learn.com, WorksheetPlace.com and JumpStart.com have these types of social skills worksheets.
Do2Learn's emotion worksheets have a space at the top for the name of an emotion, the lines for the definition, how the emotion makes the child feel or synonyms depending on the worksheet level, and a place for drawing the emotion. Others have faces from which students can select the appropriate emotion.
WorksheetPlace offers a worksheet showing different facial expressions and asking how the child could help with each emotion, one that lets students create a word search based on words of a specific type such as friendly words and social goal-setting sheets. Other worksheets include bullying journal prompts and character inference sheets.
JumpStart's social skills worksheets cover topics such as good and bad habits, manners and behavioral rules.