As of 2016, some free social skills worksheets include one about appreciating other people, one concerning feelings and emotions and one centered on fair treatment. All of these worksheets are free to print at WorksheetPlace.com.
The appreciating other people worksheet lets children explore the trait they find most important in other people and rate the importance of each of these traits. The traits covered on the worksheet include leadership, tidy, patient, calm and social. The worksheet includes more than 40 traits that people use in social settings and can develop as part of their own social skills.
The worksheet concerning feelings and emotions asks children to imagine how they could help someone else in a certain situation that centers around an emotion. These emotions cover things such as surprise over seeing another student cheat, sadness and crying without someone to play with and nervous about moving to a new home. Each of the situations includes a face that mirrors the emotion.
Another worksheet helps children understand the meaning of fair and how to face situations where they feel they haven't received fair treatment. There are five questions with spaces for the children to answer to explore this concept. Other questions cover whether or not the child always treats others fairly and what the child has done when treated unfairly.