Video Index

Social Skills Videos Worksheet Index

Date added Title Collections
February 2017

Clean Hair Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2l8czcM Our hair is a big piece of our hygiene and our appearance. Having clean, neat hair is something we need to work on every day. Not having clean hair can affect how others act around us, and we might not even know it!

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
February 2017

Bad Breath Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2kxf3zA Brushing our teeth is a key part of hygiene. It's not easy for us to tell how our breath smells, but it's very easy for other people to tell! In this video, Tim learns that he might be affecting how his classmates act towards him, without even knowing it!

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
February 2017

Smelling Clean Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2kq09Qg Hygiene is very important, because it can keep us healthy, but also because if we're not clean, other people may not want to be around us. In this video, Mike decides not to take a shower one morning. He doesn't realize he isn't clean, but his classmates can tell. How does that affect how they act around him?

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
February 2017

How To - Sarcasm Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2kxoPSo It can be confusing when people use sarcasm, because they often mean the opposite of what they are actually saying. In this video, Alessandra goes through some steps to figure out if Mike is using sarcasm.

Advanced Conversation Skills Recently Added
February 2017

Proximity When we are talking to people, it's important that we stand at an appropriate distance from them. Not too close, and not too far. In this video, Mike learns the best place to stand when talking to Tim.

Nonverbal Communication Recently Added
January 2017

Showering Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k37296 When we take a shower, there are certain things we have to do. We should shampoo our hair, and wash our skin with soap. Some things might not feel comfortable when we're showering, so we can try other things to try to feel comfortable.

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
January 2017

How’s my Hygiene Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jejgrd It's hard for us to tell if we're clean, but it's easy for other people to tell. Every day, we should stop and think, "How's my Hygiene?"

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
January 2017

Nighttime Hygiene Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jppiZw When get ready to go to bed, there are certain things we have to do to get clean. If we follow these steps, we'll be sure that we are maintaining good hygiene.

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
January 2017

Getting Ready in the Morning Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jpvQHn When we wake up, and before we go to school, there are certain things we have to do to get clean. If we follow these steps, we'll be sure that we are maintaining good hygiene.

Hygiene & Daily Living Skills Recently Added
January 2017

Bingo - How we act in School Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j2C79i In How we Act in School Bingo, we look at 10 different situations and try to figure out what classroom behavior someone is using. If you get 4 in a row, you get bingo! Good luck!

Bingo!
January 2017

Act It Out - Topics Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWVjp6 In Act It Out, we set up a framework for role playing. We'll watch the scene, and pick two players to reenact it. Do the emotions they show match the characters in the scene? This video is all about the topics we talk about. There are some topics that are good to talk about with certain people, but not with others. How does what we talk about affect how the conversation goes?

Act It Out!
January 2017

Act It Out - Body Language Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIbfwb In Act It Out, we set up a framework for role playing. We'll watch the scene, and pick two players to reenact it. Do the emotions they show match the characters in the scene? This video is all about body language. What message are the characters sending with their bodies?

Act It Out!
January 2017

Act It Out - Perspectives Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juJhXh… In Act It Out, we set up a framework for role playing. We'll watch the scene, and pick two players to reenact it. Do the emotions they show match the characters in the scene? This video is all about perspective taking - is everyone seeing the situation from the other person's point of view?

Act It Out!
January 2017

Act it Out - Tone of Voice Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izbrRe In Act It Out, we set up a framework for role playing. We'll watch the scene, and pick two players to reenact it. Do the emotions they show match the characters in the scene? This video is all about Tone Of Voice - does the message each character is sending with their tone match their words?

Act It Out!
January 2017

Guess What Happens Next - Tone of Voice Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWX7OV In this game, players try to guess what happens next, based on the Tone of Voice of the characters. Do their words match the message their voice is sending?

Guess What Happens Next
January 2017

Guess What Happens Next - Think It Or Say It Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwKZay In this game, players try to guess what happens next, based on the what each character is saying. Are they saying thoughts out loud that they should keep in their heads?

Guess What Happens Next
January 2017

Guess What Happens Next - Conversation Drivers and Stoppers Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izgnWr In this game, players try to guess what happens next, based on how the conversation is going. Are the characters driving the conversation, or stopping it?

Guess What Happens Next
January 2017

Two Sides - Think it or Say it Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2A4Gy In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. The main character has a thought - is it something they should keep inside their heads, or say out loud?

Two Sides
January 2017

Two Sides - Empathy Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2JF0b In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Is the main character showing empathy, or not showing empathy?

Two Sides
January 2017

Repair the Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j743sI In Repair the conversation, we look at a few conversations and figure out where they want off track. Once we realize where and why they went off track, we can get them back on track and running smoothly.

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Functional - Need a ride home Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Mike wants to stay after school for a meeting, but he doesn't have a ride. How can he solve his problem?

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Functional - Left Backpack On Bus Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Josh left his backpack on the bus, with some important things in there. He works through his problem and comes up with some different solutions.

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Functional - Forgot Lunch Money Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Liz left her lunch money at home, and didn't bring anything to eat. How can she solve her problem?

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Functional - Buying Things Online Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Alessandra is playing a game on her phone when she accidentally spends real money on upgrades. She's worried her parents will be upset with her. What can she do?

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Friends - Being Fair Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! In this video, Christine was waiting for the computer, but someone else took it. What should she do?

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Friends - Break Something Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Alessandra borrows Tyler's iPad for study hall. When she knocks it over, she has a problem - the screen is broken!

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Friends - Fighting Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Tyler and Mike get in an argument, and Tyler says some things he wishes he didn't say. How can he solve his problem?

Problem Solving
January 2017

Solve It - Friends - Haven’t Heard Back Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2J0vB In Solve It, we'll break down a problem step by step. We'll work together to come up with possible solutions and see how those work! Matt wants Josh to come over, but he needs to know by lunch time, so he can get him a bus pass. When Josh doesn't let Matt know, Matt has a problem. How can he solve it?

Problem Solving
January 2017

Bingo - Conversation Drivers & Stoppers I Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwzjVa In Conversation Drivers and Stoppers Bingo, we look at 10 different situations and try to figure out what Conversation Driver or Stopper someone is using.. If you get 4 in a row, you get bingo! Good luck!

Bingo!
January 2017

Bingo - Conversation Drivers & Stoppers II Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2GWDO In Conversation Drivers and Stoppers Bingo, we look at 10 different situations and try to figure out what Conversation Driver or Stopper someone is using.. If you get 4 in a row, you get bingo! Good luck!

Bingo!
January 2017

Bingo - Emotions II Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFrBnB In Emotions Bingo, we look at 10 different situations and try to figure out how everyone feels. If you get 4 emotions in a row, you get bingo! Good luck!

Bingo!
January 2017

Bingo - Emotions III Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWTjNH In Emotions Bingo, we look at 10 different situations and try to figure out how everyone feels. If you get 4 emotions in a row, you get bingo! Good luck!

Bingo!
January 2017

Reading Body Language - Upset Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlIfKJ When we read someone’s body language, we look at how their body looks to get clues about how they feel. Kate saw that Tyler’s head was down, his shoulders were slumped down, and he was not making eye contact with her. These were all clues that he feels upset.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Showing You're Interested Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iz4FuO When we are interested in a topic, we change the way our voice sounds. We talk a little louder and faster. Our body language shows we are interested by moving closer and moving our hands when we talk.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Working in Groups Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIasLs In a group, we have to work together. We have to make decisions together. We have to divide up the work. We have to work together to get everything done. Everyone does their part.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Tone of Voice - Sad Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwHReq When we are sad, we change the way our voice sounds when we talk. Our voice sounds softer, but not too quiet. We talk with a lower sounding voice.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Tone of Voice - Happy Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jI9nTX When we are happy, we change the way our voice sounds when we talk. Our voice goes up and gets higher. We talk a little louder, not too loud.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Tone of Voice - Excited Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWLAPA When we are excited, we change the way our voice sounds when we talk. We get a little louder, but not too loud. We talk a little faster, but not too fast.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Tone of Voice - Angry Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jI4vhL When we are angry, we change the way our voice sounds when we talk. Our voice has a lower pitch. We talk much louder than usual.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Talking About Others' Interests Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iN1cYb When we talk to other people, we talk about things they like, not just our interests. We can ask questions about things we know they like and make comments about that topic.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Solving a Problem with a Friend Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jusZOi To solve a problem, we identify what the problem is. We decide if it’s big or small. If it’s small, we think of ways to solve the problem ourselves. We decide on the best way to solve the problem, and try that.

Modeling - Problem Solving
January 2017

Solving a Problem with your Teacher Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwA94g When we have a problem, we can work with a teacher to solve it. We ask them for help. We tell them the problem. We find a solution together.

Modeling - Problem Solving
January 2017

Showing You're Interested When we are interested in a topic, we change the way our voice sounds. We talk a little louder and faster. Our body language shows we are interested by moving closer and moving our hands when we talk.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Showing Empathy Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2BAbL Showing empathy means understanding and sharing feelings with others. First, we need to understand why someone is feeling that way. Then, we can imagine how it would feel to be that person. Once we understand how that person feels, we can say something to them to make them feel better.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Sharing Your Opinion Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWT19x People may ask us for our opinion on something. This means what we think about something. To give our opinion, we tell someone what we feel. Other people may have different opinions than us, and that’s OK.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Self Advocacy Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWY7m0 When we advocate for ourselves, we make our needs known. We talk to someone about it. We tell them the reason. We make sure we get what we need.

Modeling - Problem Solving
January 2017

Sharing an Interest Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juoPWu To figure out what interests other people have, we can look for clues. We can listen to the things they talk about, or observe them. If we share interests with another person, we can talk about them. Shared interests are a great way to start conversations and get to know other people.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Reading Body Language - Excited Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juFERj When we read someone’s body language, we look at how their body looks to get clues about how they feel. Kate saw Tyler pump his fist and cheer. When he talked, his voice was louder and he was talking a little faster. These were all clues that he feels excited.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Keeping Self Control Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMWfyt There are times we might want to yell out an answer. But we keep self control and don’t yell. Self control means that we use control when we’re not supposed to do something.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Reading Body Language - Interested Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juxwAe We can tell someone is interested in what we are saying by waiting to see if they ask us questions. By looking at their body language to see if they nod or follow along. By listening to hear if they sound excited.

Modeling - Nonverbal Communication
January 2017

Perspective Taking Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFso7V When we see a problem from another person’s side, we think about how they feel in the situation. We think about the situation and how they feel. We should think about how we would feel in the same situation.

Modeling - Problem Solving
January 2017

Length of Turn in Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIe7ZV When we have a conversation, we take turns. We say 1-3 sentences when it’s our turn. Then we give someone else a turn.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Maintaining a Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWMmMu To keep a conversation going, we take turns back and forth. On our turn, we can add a comment or we can ask a question.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Making Small Talk Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jI9fnp Small talk is a small, polite conversation we have when we don’t have something specific to talk about. Talking about the weekend is a common topic of small talk. Small talk is not very long. We talk about ourselves and ask the other person a question or two.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Including Others Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlS5w6 When we see others who are alone, it is nice to include them. We ask them to join us by saying "Want to play?" or "Come over here."

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Handling Embarrassment Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMVCVV When we feel embarrassed, it doesn’t feel good. But we stay calm and we don’t get upset. We don’t get upset. We think positive thoughts to try and feel better.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Big or Small Problem Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMTn4Z When we have a problem, we figure out if it is big or small. We think about if we need help solving it. How long it will take to solve. A small problem we can solve by ourselves! It’s not a big deal.

Modeling - Problem Solving
January 2017

Giving Compliments Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwUdmT If we see something we like about someone, or if we think they are doing a good job, we can give them a compliment. We look at them and say a positive comment about what they are doing.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Compromising Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMIXSS Sometimes friends want to do different things than us. When this happens, we can compromise with them. We each give up a little, so we both end up happy. That way, we aren’t doing only what one person wants all the time.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Filtering Thoughts Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWZVLV When we have thoughts that would hurt other people, we keep those in our head. Instead, we say something positive. That way, we don’t hurt anyone’s feelings.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Big Problem Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX2tcK When we have a problem, we figure out if it is big or small. We think about if we need help solving it. If it will affect other people or harm them. For a big problem, we need to ask an adult for help.

Modeling - Problem Solving
January 2017

Asking for Help Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juxGI4 If you are having trouble with your work, you can ask your teacher for help. Tell them what you need help with.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Asking a Friend to Hang Out Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juto3p When we ask a friend to hang out, we ask them if they want to make plans with us. We talk about what we can do when we hang out. We make a plan for the day and time.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Act Like You’re Interested Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIsFZp Sometimes people talk about things that we aren’t interested in. Even though we aren’t interested in the topic, we still act like we are interested. We act interested because we want to encourage the person we’re talking to. That way, they have good thoughts about our conversation.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Being Flexible with Friends Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwV4nB To handle a change, we stay calm and make a new plan. When the plans change, we can adapt and be flexible.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Accepting Help Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2F1z2 If we are having trouble with our work, we should let our teachers help us. We should tell our teacher what part we are having trouble with. Our teachers are there to help us when we need it.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Accepting an Apology Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7eTyJ When someone says sorry to us, we should look at them. Tell them thank you or say it’s okay so they know you accept the apology.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Voice Volume Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlU0B3 In a conversation, we keep our voice at an appropriate volume. We talk loud enough for others to hear, but not too loud.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Saying Bye to a Peer Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwDCzL When we say bye to someone, we face our bodies towards them. We look at them with our eyes. We say “Bye”. We wait for them to respond before we walk away.

Modeling - Basic Interactions
January 2017

Walking in the Halls Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izfoWi When we walk in the halls, we walk slowly. We stay quiet because other classrooms are working. We keep our bodies in line with the group, but not too close to anyone.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Staying Calm When Things Don’t Go Our Way Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWSVij When things don’t go the way we wanted, we keep calm. We use our strategies and follow the rest of the group.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Walking Up the Stairs Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFxHUV When we walk up the stairs, we walk slowly. We keep our bodies with the group, but not too close to anyone. We hold on to the railing to make sure we stay safe.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Waiting Your Turn Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlTvHg When we’re playing with someone, we wait our turn. We can ask for a turn. We wait until the other person is done.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Transitioning from Speech Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX0oxC When we’re walking back from speech, we stop and wait before we open the door. We walk quietly through the halls. We enter the room quietly too.

Modeling - Readiness Skills
January 2017

Telling a Story to Friends Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7ffFS When we tell a story, we include all the details like where we went, what we did and who we were with.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Taking Turns in Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlTDGK When we are having a conversation we take turns. After one friend talks, we get a turn. We don’t take all the turns. We go back and forth.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Staying with the Group Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izcS2k When we’re playing with a group, we keep our bodies near the group. If we move to something new, we move together with the group.

Modeling - Readiness Skills
January 2017

Staying on Topic Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFoNqv In a conversation, we stay on topic. The topic is the subject that we’re talking about. When we respond, we talk about the same topic. To keep the conversation going, we can make comments or ask questions about that topic.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Sharing Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwB4l9 When we’re playing, we share the toys. We let others use the toys we’re using and we can ask for a turn to use their toy.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Standing in Line Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWWkgY When our teacher tell us to line up, we slowly walk to the door. We give everyone space as we wait in line. We wait until the teacher tells us to leave the class. We keep our bodies in the line the whole time we walk.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Reading the Room Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlF2ed Anywhere we go, we should read the room to figure out how we should act. When we walk into a room we stop, observe what’s going on, and make a plan based on what we see.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Raising Your Hand Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlU4AS When we want to speak in class, we raise our hand and wait for the teacher to call on us. If the teacher calls on us, we speak. If the teacher doesn’t call on us, we hold our thoughts and wait for next time.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Maintaining Eye Contact Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMT9uu When someone asks us a question, we look at their face. We look at them with our eyes when we answer them. We keep our eyes on them for the whole conversation.

Modeling - Basic Interactions
January 2017

Keeping Personal Space Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIdG1U When we talk to someone we look and see where their body is. We want to be close but not too close. We respect the bubble of space around them. This is their personal space.

Modeling - Basic Interactions
January 2017

Pitch and Tone of Voice Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIcQlD When we use a high pitched voice, it sounds like we’re asking a question. When we use a low pitched voice, it sounds like we’re upset. When we are talking normally, we use a pitch and tone that’s in the middle.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Keeping Hands and Feet to Yourself Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMWYA0 When we’re playing with others, we keep our hands and feet to ourselves. This means we don’t touch other people. We don’t take things from others without asking first.

Modeling - Readiness Skills
January 2017

Keeping Calm Body Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7g8Op When we’re working, we keep our bodies quiet. This means we don’t move our arms, hands, legs, or feet.

Modeling - Readiness Skills
January 2017

Joining a Group Playing Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juEk0G When we want to join a group, we move towards the group and see what they are doing. We make a comment or ask a question about what they are playing. We bring a toy to show the group. Last, we make sure our body is in the group to join in the game.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Introducing Yourself Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWXB7L When we meet someone new, we put our bodies near them. We tell them our name. We listen to their name. Last, we say "Nice to meet you."

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Initiating a Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iN0dY9 When we want to start a conversation, we greet the person we’re talking to. Then we ask a question or make a comment to start the conversation about a topic. Now we can continue taking turns to keep the conversation going.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Interrupting Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2ILjW When we interrupt someone, we put our body near the group. We say sorry or apologize. We explain why we had to interrupt.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Ignoring Others’ Behavior Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwCpbB When we see other people who aren’t following the rules, we stay calm. We ignore their behavior and do our work.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Greeting a Peer Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7e4Gd When we greet someone we know, we face our bodies towards them. We look at them with our eyes. We smile at them and we say “Hi”.

Modeling - Basic Interactions
January 2017

Greeting a Teacher Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwCDzt We talk to different people in different ways. The way we greet a friend may be different than how we greet a teacher. We can make eye contact and say Good morning or Hello.

Modeling - Basic Interactions
January 2017

Gaining Someone's Attention Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwPWQG When we need to get someone's attention, we put our bodies near them. We say their name so they know we are talking to them. When they are looking at us, we know we have their attention.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Following directions the first time Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMYrpJ When our teacher gives a direction, we listen. We follow the direction the first time.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Ending a Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlXBPD When we leave a conversation, we say the reason. We look at the person we are talking to and we say goodbye.

Modeling - Conversation Skills
January 2017

Entering a Classroom Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juJg61 When we enter the classroom, we should walk slowly and quietly. Sit down at our desk calmly. If we have a backpack, we put it away quietly. We pay attention to our teacher to show we are ready for school.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Being a Good Sport Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iz9sMO When we play with others, we need to show we are a good sport. We keep calm and say good game even if we lose.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Calming Down Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMSuck When we are feeling upset and need to calm down, we can use our strategies. Taking deep breaths and counting them is one strategy to help us calm down.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Being Flexible in School Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwBKqA When we don’t get what we want, we can be flexible. We are flexible when we stay calm during a change.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Awareness of Others Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juCugu When we are in a space with other people, we all are aware of the others. We give other people personal space. We give our friends personal space.

Modeling - Readiness Skills
January 2017

Asking for Permission Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFyNzQ When we want to use different things in our classroom, we need to wait. We ask first. Then, if our teacher says yes, we can use it.

Modeling - School Behavior
January 2017

Asking to Take a Break Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlGg9j When we are feeling upset and need to calm down, we can ask for a break. Taking a walk and getting some water is a strategy you can use to calm down.

Modeling - Self Control Strategies
January 2017

Active Listening Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMYGkF When we talk to people, we use our whole body to listen. We listen with our eyes. We listen by keeping our body facing them. We listen by keeping the rest of our body quiet.

Modeling - Readiness Skills
January 2017

Answering a Peer Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIdpvx When someone asks us a question, we face them with our body. We look at them with our eyes.

Modeling - Basic Interactions
January 2017

Asking a Friend to Play Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX352f When we want to ask someone to play we get near them. We look at them and greet them. We ask them to play with us.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
January 2017

Apologizing Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwS8Yr When we’re apologizing to others, we need to look at them. We use a sincere tone of voice to say sorry. It also helps to explain how you were feeling. It also is nice to offer to fix it or make the situation right.

Modeling - Friendship Skills
December 2016

Two Sides - Conversation Drivers & Stoppers Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7hCIG In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Is the main character using a Conversation Driver, or a Conversation Stopper? A Conversation Driver is something we use to start a conversation, or drive it in the right direction. A Conversation Stopper ends a conversation before it is ready!

Recently Added Two Sides
December 2016

Being Rejected by a Peer Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7kDsD Sometimes in life, we get rejected. There may be times that people don't want to hang out with us. We can use positive self talk to tell ourselves that we are a good person. We can make plans with other friends!

Recently Added Self Esteem
December 2016

Say How You're Feeling Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwSRbP Alessandra keeps calling Mike by a nickname he doesn't like. Every time she says it, he gets upset. But, Mike isn't telling Alessandra how he feels. Alessandra doesn't know this is making Mike upset. When he tells her, she's happy to stop calling him by his nickname. Mike stood up for himself in a respectful way.

Recently Added Self Esteem
December 2016

Perseverating Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMXcag When Devin finds out the class is going to play Monopoly during a class party, it's all he can think about. He keeps asking his classmates questions about Monopoly, even when they start talking about something else. When he tries again, Devin takes a second to calm down, and makes a plan to talk to his teacher about the Monopoly game later. Then he's able to talk about the rest of the party.

Recently Added How We Act in School
December 2016

Observing Others Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwFgRK The class is playing a game, and Andrew isn't sure how to play. He starts to get upset, but then realizes he can observe the other students to figure out how to play. He uses his eyes and is able to follow along.

How We Act in School Recently Added
December 2016

Feeling Jealous 2 Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2P4E6 When Tim's painting didn't make the art show, he yells at his friends because he's mad that their paintings made it. Tim is feeling jealous. When he tries again, he realizes that he shouldn't take it out on them, and that everyone is good at different things. He congratulates them on doing a great job!

Recently Added Self Esteem
November 2016

It's Okay to be Wrong Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juDPUw When Alessandra gets a question wrong in class, she feels very down on herself, like she can't do anything right. She's upset and feels like everyone in the class is thinking about her. When she tries again, she realizes that everyone gets things wrong sometimes, and it's not a big deal. There's always next time!

Recently Added Self Esteem
November 2016

Having Positive Self Esteem Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlWZtb Self Esteem is how we feel about ourselves. When Mike is upset because he made a mistake during his class presentation, he has negative self esteem - he feels down on himself, and doesn't want to hang out with anyone. Next time, he tries to be more positive, and thinks that everyone makes mistakes sometimes. When Tim comes by looking to play basketball, he's feeling more positive.

Recently Added Self Esteem
November 2016

Being Left Out Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX4MNi Tim is left out when the group decides to go play cards. It wasn't nice of the group, and doesn't feel very good for Tim. He uses some positive self talk to make himself feel better, and thinks of another friend he can hang out with.

Recently Added Self Esteem
November 2016

Two Sides - Being Flexible & Being Rigid Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWYfCb In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Is the main character being flexible, or being rigid? Being flexible means we can adapt to changes in our schedule, and being rigid means changes upset us. Some times we can be flexible or rigid is when our schedule changes, when we have to compromise with others, or when we have to change what we're talking about, based on who we're talking to.

Recently Added Two Sides
November 2016

Dealing with Teasing Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFAixY Tim starts teasing Mike for talking to Alessandra. Mike feels really upset with Tim's actions. When he tries again, he uses some strategies - he uses positive self talk, he expresses his feelings to Tim, and he walks away from the situation. It wasn't nice of Tim, but Mike made himself feel a bit better.

Recently Added Self Esteem
November 2016

Intro to Positive Self Talk Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX6nT7 Tim learns about the concept of positive self talk - saying phrases to yourself that make you feel better. When he's down, he can think about things he's good at, or the good things in his life.

Recently Added Self Esteem
November 2016

Guess What Happens Next - Body Language Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX41DN In this game, players try to guess what happens next, based on the body language of the characters. Where is their body facing? Where are they looking? What's their facial expression like? These can all be clues that can tell you what happens next.

Recently Added Guess What Happens Next
October 2016

Emotions Bingo! Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/emotionsbingo In Emotions Bingo, we look at 10 different situations and try to figure out how everyone feels. If you get 4 emotions in a row, you get bingo! Good luck!

Recently Added Bingo!
October 2016

Being Fair Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juEpRW When Julie takes the swing when Andrew's been waiting for it for a long time, Andrew gets upset. What Julie did wasn't fair. When she tries again, she thinks about how she would feel if someone did that to her. She lets Andrew use the swing - she can use it after him!

Playground Behavior Recently Added
October 2016

Participating Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2K42r Ms. Lehane tells Christine to join in the 4 square game because they need another player. When Christine joins, she just stands there. The other players can't play if she won't participate! Christine learns that when she's part of a group, she should participate. When she tries, she has fun and the game goes smoothly.

Playground Behavior Recently Added
October 2016

Joining a Group on the Playground Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7mmOo Julie wants to play tag with the rest of the group, but when she jumps in and joins their game without asking, her friends get upset. They want her to play, but she needs to wait her turn, and figure out when it's a good time to join the group.

Playground Behavior Recently Added
October 2016

Playground Conflict Resolution Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlWDCG Chris and Andrew want to play basketball, but Julie and Christine are in the way of the hoop. That's their favorite spot to sit, but Chris and Andrew can't play if they are there. Andrew thinks Christine and Julie can sit anywhere. Christine learn how to work together and compromise so everyone ends up happy.

Playground Behavior Recently Added
October 2016

Why it's Fun to Play with Others Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMYfGW In this video, Andrew learns the **GOLDEN RULES** to playing with friends. He learns why he should play with friends, then how to do it. He asks to play, figures out what to do, uses his eyes to observe, and is flexible when things change. Great job Andrew!

Playground Behavior Recently Added
September 2016

Listening to Others' Ideas Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMWkSY Jeff, Mike, and Sarah are all discussing the pizza party fundraiser. Jeff has his ideas for how the fundraiser should go, and doesn't want to listen to anyone else's ideas. The group doesn't get along when Jeff insists on having his way. When they try again, Jeff thinks about others and realizes they have good ideas too. The planning goes much more smoothly. They are going to have a great fundraiser!

Recently Added Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2016

Going to a Birthday Party Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iMWoSI Christine learns the steps to going to a birthday party! She has to figure out where and when the party is and if she can go. Then she has to RSVP and get the birthday girl a card and present.

Recently Added Making Friends
September 2016

Making Connected Comments - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2K16Z When Mike and Kate are discussing the football game, Mike starts talking about all the yo-yo tricks he can do. Mike learns about connecting comments - making sure what you say has to do with what the other person is saying. Mike learns that a conversation is like a puzzle - each piece should match!

Recently Added Basic Conversation Skills
September 2016

Making a Plan Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izgT6Z Sarah and Kate learn the steps to making a plan. You need to figure out what to do, where to do it, and you have to make sure you can get there and get home. Once they figure it out, they have a great hang out planned!

Recently Added Making Friends
September 2016

Solving a Problem Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX0hSQ Mike has a problem - should he go to his hockey fundraiser, or go to his friend's party? How can he solve the problem? Is it big or small? Mike walks through some steps to solve his problem by himself. He figures out a way to make everyone happy!

Recently Added Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2016

Using Social Media Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izfLQC Liz learns some rules for social media. 1. Stay safe - don't let anyone follow you that you don't know 2. You have to use your social skills online just like in person. Before you post, think: "Should I think this, or say it?" 3. Be careful what you post! You can't always take things down. Things on the internet are there forever!

Recently Added Making Friends
June 2016

Washing Hands Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2LD0e Bobby learns the different times he should wash his hands, like after blowing his nose, and before he eats. He also learns the steps to washing.

How We Act in School Recently Added
June 2016

Getting A Bad Grade - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIjecJ Sarah gets a bad grade on a test and has a big reaction, disrupting the rest of the class. Sarah learns that when that happens, she has to be mature and control her reaction. She's still upset about her grade, but she makes plans to talk with the teacher after class.

Recently Added Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
June 2016

Introducing Yourself to an Adult Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwN8D6 In this Social Short, Mike learns the steps for introducing himself to an adult. We say our name, find out the other person's name, say "nice to meet you", and shake hands!

Recently Added Advanced Conversation Skills
June 2016

What Are They Thinking About - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7nHVr When Andrew doesn't observe how Christine is acting, he thinks she doesn't like him. When he tries again and uses his eyes to observe Christine, he sees she is having a problem with her computer. He's even able to help!

Recently Added Nonverbal Communication
May 2016

Accepting Criticism Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izifOR Sarah is talking with the teacher about her paper. When the teacher has a suggestion for Sarah, she gets very upset and storms off. Sarah learns that her teacher was just trying to help make her paper better. When she tries again, she's able to stay calm and continue talking with the teacher.

Recently Added Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
May 2016

Waiting Your Turn Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2wWKK When Christine doesn't get called on in class, she gets very upset. She wanted to go first! But, her actions are upsetting her classmates. Next time she tries, she looks around at what everyone else is doing, and is able to stay calm and wait her turn.

How We Act in School Recently Added
May 2016

Keeping a Secret Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7aegs Kate tells Sarah a secret about the upcoming school dance. Sarah accidentally tells Jeff the secret - how do you think that makes Kate feel?

Recently Added Making Friends
May 2016

Acting Like A Friend Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7hhpz When Liz is around Bobby, she doesn't feel good. Bobby is always telling her what to do. When she hangs out with Andrew and Christine, she feels better. How can Liz tell that Andrew and Christine are good friends?

Recently Added Making Friends
April 2016

Shifting the Conversation Topic Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iNbiZ5 When is a conversation like a surfer riding a wave? When we switch topics, we have to be sure we are done talking about our first topic - like a surfer riding a wave. If the surfer tries to jump before the wave is done, the surfer will crash!

Recently Added Advanced Conversation Skills
April 2016

Working in Groups Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7ksxk When we work in a group, there are a few things we have to do. We have to work together, listen to each other, and all do some of the work. That way your project can be a success!

How We Act in School Recently Added
April 2016

Not Asking for Help Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jlUkj2 When Mike can't figure out his math problems, he gets upset and stops participating in the class. Mike learns to stop and think about his problem - how can he solve it? He learns that it's OK to ask the teacher for help.

Recently Added Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
April 2016

Getting a Bad Grade Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwFTef When Liz gets a bad grade on her test, she gets so upset she can't participate in class anymore. The next time, she tries to think about the situation and observe how everyone else is acting. Are they acting upset? Liz talks to the teacher and is able to calm down.

Recently Added Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
March 2016

Using Clues in Conversation - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7d59f Kate can't think about anything to talk about with Sarah. She has nothing to say and their conversation ends quickly. When she tries again, she uses her eyes to notice something that Sarah likes, and they start talking about that!

Recently Added Basic Conversation Skills
March 2016

Sharing Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWXCbU Christine and Bobby were given time to use the iPad together, but Christine is having so much fun playing with the iPad, she isn't giving Bobby a chance to play. Bobby gets upset. When Christine realizes that Bobby is upset, she thinks about what's fair.

Recently Added Solving Conflicts with Peers
March 2016

Opinions Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2juFGsv When Andrew asks Bobby what his favorite sport is, Bobby has a different opinion than Andrew. Bobby likes basketball better than football. Andrew can't understand how someone could like basketball better than football. Andrew learns about opinions - how different people can feel differently about something.

Recently Added Advanced Conversation Skills
March 2016

Compromising Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jX8Ooy When Kate and Sarah are making plans, Kate really wants to get Chinese food and go bowling. When Sarah says she doesn't like those things, Kate doesn't want to change the plans. Kate learns about compromising - when you take one piece of everyone's idea to make everyone happy.

Recently Added Solving Conflicts with Peers
February 2016

Handling Embarrassment Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwZlro When Christine makes a mistake reading in front of the class, she feels sad and angry at the same time. She learns that this is feeling embarrassed - but not to worry because everyone makes mistakes. When she tries again, she's able to handle her embarrassment and continue reading.

Recently Added Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
February 2016

White Lie Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2izug6S When Mike tells Jeff he doesn't think his camping trip sounds fun, Jeff gets upset. Mike doesn't understand why - he was just telling the truth! Learn about White Lies, and how sometimes telling the truth isn't always the thing to do.

Recently Added Making Friends
February 2016

Introducing Yourself to a Peer - Social Short Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jxb7SG In this social short, we go over the steps of introducing yourself. You tell the person your name, introduce yourself, say "nice to meet you", and then ask the other person questions to learn about them!

Recently Added Basic Conversation Skills
February 2016

What Are They Thinking About - Social Short Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIBUck In this social short, we learn how we can sometimes figure out what people are thinking about by following their eyes. If Mike is looking at his watch and it's the end of the school day, what do you think he's thinking about?

Recently Added Nonverbal Communication
September 2015

Handling Group Pressure Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIBUJm Bobby gets dared to eat all the cookies on a plate. He doesn't want to, but he wants his friends to like him, so he does it anyway. He feels sick after and regrets his choice. Bobby realizes he is his own person, and his real friends wouldn't make him do something he didn't want to do. When he tries again, he stands up for himself and says no. Everyone laughs and keeps on talking.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

Seeing Someone Else's Side - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFX8py Kate accidentally steps on Mike's sneakers, and Mike gets very upset. Kate doesn't understand why Mike is so upset, because it's just an accident. Mike doesn't understand why Kate doesn't care. When it happens again, they think about the other person's side - Kate knows these are Mike's favorite sneakers, so she apologizes. Mike understands it was just an accident, and it's no big deal.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Tone of Voice Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jv0tfz Chris and Serena are excited about the elephant movie they are going to watch in class, but Chris doesn't sound excited. His voice doesn't match the message that he's telling. Chris learns that we tell people messages with our words AND our voices. Next time, Chris sounds much more excited.

Nonverbal Communication
September 2015

Making Connected Comments Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jXgfwm Chris and Alessandra are talking about Chris's soccer game when Alessandra starts talking about her favorite type of pizza. Chris is confused because what Alessandra said didn't connect back to what Chris said. Alessandra learns that comments should fit together, like puzzle pieces. When she tries again, she makes a comment back that relates to Chris's soccer game and they have a successful conversation!

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Listening with Your Body - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIJEeg Liz and Alessandra are talking about movies. Liz is facing away from Alessandra the entire time and Alessandra becomes confused. Did Liz hear what Alessandra said? Liz tries again and makes sure she listens with her eyes, ears, and body. Liz and Alessandra have fun talking!

Nonverbal Communication
September 2015

Introducing Yourself Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7Ovov Alessandra and Chris are talking when Bobby comes along. Chris and Bobby don't know each other, but Bobby doesn't introduce himself to Chris. Now Chris feels uncomfortable and like he isn't part of the conversation. When Bobby tries again, he takes a second to introduce himself and everything goes smoothly.

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Ignoring Other People Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7tLNO When Serena is sounding out words on a worksheet, Liz gets angry and yells at Serena. Serena was saying the words out loud because it helps her do her work. Liz needs to try to ignore Serena and not get upset about other people. She talks again and blocks out the noise. Then she's able to get her work done!

How We Act in School
September 2015

Hidden Social Rules - Group Food Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iG6nFS The class is having a party and has some treats. When it's Serena's turn to take food, she touches all of the cookies and takes almost all the granola bars. Serena didn't understand the social rules - we shouldn't touch food we aren't going to eat, and we should leave enough food for everyone. She didn't know what to do, so she should observe what other people are doing. She tries again and is able to follow the hidden rules. Now the group has a fun party!

How We Act in School
September 2015

Focusing on What People are Asking Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwYff7 When Liz asks Bobby about his weekend, Bobby doesn't know. Then he stops listening to Liz and the conversation ends. Next time, Bobby takes the time to think about what Liz is asking, and then thinks about his weekend so he can have a good conversation with Liz.

Advanced Conversation Skills
September 2015

Showing Empathy - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k30yrf Bobby is upset because his soccer team lost. When he tells Alessandra, she doesn't really care. Alessandra learns about empathy, or understanding how other people feel. She thinks about the karate tournament she lost and now she understands how Bobby feels.

Making Friends
September 2015

Doing Things We Don't Want To Do Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jmeeup Chris has to finish his poster. He doesn't want to do his work and gets upset when the teacher says he needs to finish. Chris takes a second to think about what might happen if he doesn't finish his poster. He decides he should ask the teacher for help and they work on his problem together. Chris took the time to think about the situation and came up with a good solution!

How We Act in School
September 2015

Dealing With Stress Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iNwmyz Bobby has too much work to do and yells at the teacher because he's feeling stressed. He disrupted the rest of the class with his actions. Bobby learns he can ask for help, or use a strategy to calm down. He takes a walk and feels much better.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

Worry About Yourself - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jwUfv4 Mike sees Jeff in the hallway and thinks he's skipping school. Mike gets very upset and loses control because he thinks Jeff is breaking the rules. Mike learns that he shouldn't worry about what other people are doing. If there's a problem, the teacher will handle it. Mike realizes he is getting upset and uses a strategy to calm down. Everything turns out ok. Jeff was just going to a doctor's appointment!

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

When's The Right Time to Make A Joke Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k33BQo Mike loves making people laugh. When he keeps telling jokes during a movie in class, he disrupts his classmates. Mike learns that there is a good time to make a joke, and a not so good time. He tries again and waits until the video is over before he makes a joke.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Using Clues in Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iNBXVJ Serena and Chris are talking when Bobby comes along. Serena doesn't know what to talk about with Bobby, so she just sits there and talks about herself. Bobby and Chris get annoyed because Serena ALWAYS talks about herself. When Serena tries again, she uses a clue from Bobby's shirt to try to figure out what he likes. When they talk about that, the conversation goes smoothly!

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Think It or Say It - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jITSv1 When Alessandra gets a gift she from Serena that she doesn't like, she hurts Serena's feelings by telling her that. Alessandra needs to keep not-so-nice thoughts inside so she doesn't upset other people. When she tries again, she pauses a second and wonders: Should I Think it or Say it?

Making Friends
September 2015

Think It or Say It - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iGfhDn Sarah sees Kate wearing a dress. Sarah hates dresses because she thinks they are uncomfortable. She tells Kate that she doesn't like dresses. Sarah needs to think: if Kate is wearing a dress, she probably likes dresses. If Sarah has a thought that might hurt someone, she should keep that thought inside. Next time, before she speaks, she wonders: should I think it, or should I say it?

Making Friends
September 2015

Texting Friends Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k31Xhu Sarah and Kate want to text about their favorite TV show. Before they do, there are some rules they should know. We shouldn't text too early or too late, and we can send multiple messages at one time, but we should wait until our friend responds before sending more. Most importantly - we should only text people we know, like our family and friends.

Advanced Conversation Skills
September 2015

Taking Responsibility Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k32Kz2 When Sarah and Kate ask Mike about a video he saw, Mike gets up and accidentally leaves a mess on the table. When the teacher asks who did it, Mike doesn't say anything because he doesn't want to get in trouble. There ends up being a consequence for the whole class. Mike realizes that no one can solve our problems for us, and he needs to take responsibility for his own actions. He tries again and tells the teacher it was his fault. She tells him to go clean it up and everything ends up being OK.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Taking a Break to Calm Down Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iG6OAe Bobby is struggling with a worksheet. He gets angrier and angrier until he explodes and rips his paper. His actions disrupted the rest of the class. When Bobby tries again, he realizes he is starting to get upset and uses his strategies to calm down. After he takes a deep breath, he starts to feel better.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

Staying Calm to Solve a Problem Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jmaYyZ Chris wants to play frisbee. When he gets back from getting the frisbee, the group decides they want to play tag instead. Chris yells at his friends and says they HAVE to play frisbee. Now his friends don't want to play anything with him. Chris learns to stay calm so he doesn't turn small problems into bigger ones.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

Spreading Rumors Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iNlGAe Kate thinks she overhears Sarah talking about moving. When she tells Mike, Mike tells Jeff and Sarah overhears. Jeff gets upset at Sarah for not telling him, and Sarah gets mad at Mike for saying something that isn't true. One rumor upset the entire group. Next time, Kate thinks before she talks. She isn't sure that the rumor is true, so she doesn't say anything. Later, Kate learns what Sarah was actually talking about.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Starting a Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jXs5X7 Mike and Sarah learn about the steps in a conversation. First, you greet the person. Next, you make a little small talk, and ask the person how they are. Finally, you decide if the person is interested in talking any more. Mike sees what Sarah's body language would look like if she wanted to keep talking, and if she didn't.

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Showing Empathy - Older` Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jIHHhO Kate's best friend is moving and she's very upset. When Sarah finds out, she's more concerned with the chicken nuggets she's going to have at lunch. She talks to Kate like nothing's wrong. Sarah learns about Empathy - putting yourself in someone else's shoes. When she talks to Kate again, she shows Kate that she understands how she feels.

Making Friends
September 2015

Saying Thank You Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jXhfQS Liz needs to borrow Serena's book to finish her work. When Serena gives it to her, Liz takes it and walks away without saying anything. Liz is happy that Serena lent her the book, but she didn't show Serena how she felt because she didn't say thank you. Serena gets upset because she didn't HAVE to lend Liz her book. Liz tries again and thanks Serena, and everyone feels happy.

Making Friends
September 2015

Only Talking About You Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iFYZe0 Jeff, Kate, and Sarah are all talking. Whenever someone says something, Jeff makes the conversation about himself. Kate and Sarah get annoyed because they don't always want to talk about Jeff. Jeff realizes he needs to talk about other people. He tries again and the group has a successful conversation!

Advanced Conversation Skills
September 2015

Matching Body Language to Your Message Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0SKCf Mike is having a bad day. When he tells Jeff and Sarah about it, Sarah says she's sorry, but her face and body seem like she doesn't really care. Sarah learns that you tell people messages with your words AND your body. When she tries again, she matches her face and body to her words, and Mike has very different thoughts about her.

Nonverbal Communication
September 2015

Making Small Talk - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0SEuL Alessandra comes up to Chris in the hall and wants to talk. When she gets there, she realizes she has nothing to talk about! Chris is confused: did Alessandra want to talk, or not? Alessandra learns how to make small talk - a quick, polite conversation. There are always things you can ask people about - how their day is going, or what they are doing next weekend. Alessandra tries again and makes small talk with Chris.

Advanced Conversation Skills
September 2015

Making a Good First Impression Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0Y09j Jeff is new to the class and is meeting everyone. Kate is busy working on a worksheet and can barely muster a "hi". Jeff thinks that she must not be a very nice person. Kate learns that impressions are what people think about us. It's important to make a good first impression. Next time, Kate takes a second to properly introduce herself and Jeff has good thoughts about her.

Nonverbal Communication
September 2015

Listening With Your Body - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j9Ff3m Jeff is working on the computer when Mike and Kate want to talk. Jeff doesn't turn around from the computer, so his friends aren't sure if he wants to talk. Jeff should show he's listening with his eyes, ears, and body. Next time, he turns around to make sure his friends know he's listening.

Nonverbal Communication
September 2015

Fighting With Friends Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iSaOAR Jeff and Mike have a misunderstanding and get upset at each other. Rather than communicating, Mike starts yelling at Jeff and turns a small problem into a big one.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Figures of Speech Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jzMAfu When Mike tells Kate "you miss all the shots you don't take", she's confused. She wasn't even talking about basketball! Kate learns that she can't take everything literally. She can stop and think about what Mike said, and if she still doesn't understand, she can just ask.

Advanced Conversation Skills
September 2015

Giving Compliments Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iJXV8J Alessandra is working on a drawing of a horse. When she shows Serena, Serena doesn't have much to say it and makes Alessandra upset. Alessandra feels bad because she thinks her drawing is bad. Serena should try to give Alessandra a compliment because she knows Alessandra is working hard on her drawing.

Making Friends
September 2015

Laughing With Not At Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0Wkwr Mike falls in the hallway and Jeff makes a joke. Mike is really hurt and gets upset when Jeff makes a joke about him. Jeff learns that friends laugh with each other, not at each other. When it happens again, Jeff makes sure Mike is OK. When Mike starts laughing, Jeff makes a joke and laughs with Mike. This time, Mike has much different thoughts about Jeff.

Making Friends
September 2015

Leaving Others Out Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k4ULS1 Alessandra and Serena are talking. When Liz calls Alessandra over, Serena is left all alone. That makes her feel sad. Alessandra and Liz learn they shouldn't leave people out. When they try again, they invite Serena along and everyone has fun.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Listening Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jxULtk Liz and Chris are working at a table when Chris has a funny video he wants to show to Liz. He keeps calling for Liz, but she doesn't respond. Liz isn't listening to Chris, which makes Chris feel bad. Liz tries again and listens to Chris when he talks to him.

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Accepting No for an Answer Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k4SJS0 The group is playing a board game. They need Alessandra to play so they have 4 players. When Alessandra says she's busy and doesn't want to play, Chris gets upset and keeps asking her to play, even though she's already said no. When Chris tries again, he realizes that he doesn't want to MAKE Alessandra play. The group can still have fun with 3 players!

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

Approaching A Group - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iJJl18 The group is doing work when Sarah bursts in and talks about the school decorations. She interrupted their work and disrupted the group. Sarah learns that when she's approaching a group, she should wait until there's a good time to talk.

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Being a Tattletale Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iCiLfd Liz gets upset when Serena tells her she took an extra cookie at lunch. Each person was only supposed to take one, so Serena broke the rules. But Liz needs to think about the situation for a second - everyone was able to get a cookie, and Serena taking an extra one didn't hurt anyone. Liz realizes that it's not a big deal, and she can let the adults handle it.

Making Friends
September 2015

Act Like You're Interested - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iJPXMQ When Kate starts talking about horseback riding, Jeff starts playing on his iPad instead of listening to Kate. Jeff isn't interested in horseback riding, but he hurt Kate's feelings when he showed he didn't care. Jeff tries again and this time he acts like he's interested even though he's not. That way, no one's feelings got hurt.

Making Friends
September 2015

Beginning and Ending a Conversation - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k4S3w2 Kate bursts in on Mike and Sarah's conversation and tells them about Jeff's birthday. When she's done, she leaves without saying bye. Mike and Sarah are confused. Why would Kate do that? Kate learns that all conversations have a beginning and an ending. When she tries again, she waits until there is a good time to talk, and says goodbye before she leaves.

Basic Conversation Skills
September 2015

Being Rigid Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2joAmV2 Chris, Bobby, and Alessandra have plans to see a scary movie. Bobby and Alessandra decide they'd rather see a funny movie. Chris was planning on seeing a scary movie, so when his friends changed their mind, he got very upset. Chris needs to try to be more flexible. He can always see a scary movie another time!

Solving Conflicts with Peers
September 2015

Change in Your Schedule - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k4LWaT Gym class is always on Monday, but this week it was moved for an assembly. Serena gets very upset because she ALWAYS goes to gym on Monday. When Serena tries again, she realizes that she is feeling upset and thinks about the situation: she can go to gym tomorrow. She takes a deep breath and feels better!

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
September 2015

Brain Stuck on One Thing - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iRYktg Sarah won't stop talking about her birthday, even when the group is talking about something else. When she keeps bringing up her birthday, Mike and Jeff decide they have to go. When they try again, Sarah stops and thinks about what the group is talking about - they keep talking about the beach and boogie boarding. Sarah realizes that must be what they want to talk about. When she says something about the beach, the conversation goes smoothly.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Change In Your Schedule - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2joCbRT Ryan is planning on finishing his art project in class today. When there’s an assembly that he has to go to, Ryan gets upset and is worried that he won’t be able to finish his project. He yells that he doesn’t want to go to the assembly. Ryan needs to take a second to think about the situation. He can ask if he can finish his project later.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
May 2015

Brain Stuck on One Thing - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iK3O5J Sometimes our brain gets stuck on one thing, and it’s all we want to talk about. Andrew keeps talking about dinosaurs even though Serena isn’t interested. Andrew needs to remember to think about what other people are interested in, so they will enjoy having conversations with him.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Thinking About Others Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j9H8Nh When Devin forgets that Serena plays basketball, she feels upset because she has told him many times. Watch as Devin learns to take a minute and think about who he’s talking to and what they like.

Basic Conversation Skills
May 2015

Losing Self Control Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k11Wqr When Jameson has to redo his assignment, he loses control and throws his notebook. Jameson can’t act that way in school. He needs to use a strategy like taking a deep breath to control his actions.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
May 2015

Disagreeing Respectfully Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jzZ4ng Jameson and Ryan are talking about their favorite video games. Jameson has a different favorite than Ryan, and makes Ryan feel bad when he doesn’t agree with him. Jameson needs to learn that even if he disagrees with someone, he still has to be respectful.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
May 2015

Feeling Jealous Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0TNSO When Serena makes the soccer team, Alessandra gets upset and tells Serena she is better at soccer than her. Alessandra is jealous of Serena, because she wants to be on the team. Alessandra needs to learn that it’s OK to feel jealous, but we shouldn’t get angry at friends because we want what they have.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
May 2015

Seeing Someone Else's Side - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j9Kf84 When Alessandra and Devin bump into each other, Devin gets really mad. Alessandra doesn’t understand why, because it was an accident. Both need to think about the other person and see the situation from their side.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
May 2015

Think About Who You're Talking To Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0QvPw Ryan always talks to his teacher about video games. He loves Minecraft and always wants to talk about it. He doesn’t realize that his teacher doesn’t know anything about this game. Ryan needs to learn to shift the topic of conversation based on who he’s talking with.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Saying Too Much Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jLNZx6 Andrew and Devin meet in the hallway for a quick conversation, but Andrew has a lot to say! Devin really needs to get to class, but can’t seem to end the conversation with Andrew. Andrew needs to learn when it’s appropriate to have a longer conversation, and when it’s best to keep the conversation short.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Making Small Talk - Older Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k15wRc Ryan and Jameson have a few minutes to chat before lunch. When Jameson starts talking about what he wants for lunch, Ryan doesn’t have much to say. Ryan learns how to make “small talk”, a quick & polite conversation with someone.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Gaining Someone's Attention Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0QdrK Devin is waiting to talk to the teacher, but he doesn’t say anything. The teacher doesn’t realize that Devin is standing there. How can he get the help he needs? Devin needs to learn how to gain someone’s attention.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Interrupting Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jLVRyP Alessandra needs to borrow Andrew’s English textbook, but rudely interrupts Andrew and Serena’s conversation. She needs to learn how to interrupt politely. Next time, she makes sure to say “excuse me” and politely asks to borrow Andrew’s textbook.

Advanced Conversation Skills
May 2015

Beginning and Ending a Conversation - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iCqM3M In the middle of a conversation, Andrew realizes he has to talk to his teacher. Instead of ending the conversation, he gets up and leaves! His friends are confused. Andrew needs to remember that every conversation needs to have a beginning and an ending.

Basic Conversation Skills
May 2015

Calling Friends on the Phone Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jLQYWx Friends talk on the phone all the time. But, it’s important to have good phone etiquette and to follow some basic rules. In this video, Serena makes sure she follows the rules when she calls Alessandra.

Making Friends
May 2015

Politely Saying No to An Invitation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jozArf When Devin gets an invitation to Alessandra’s birthday party, he immediately hands it back to her and says he doesn’t want to go. Alessandra’s feelings are hurt. Later, Devin learns the polite way to say he doesn’t want to go.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
May 2015

Learning to Say No Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iCuCKj Sometimes it can be so hard to say no to friends. Ryan asks Jameson to go play outside. Jameson has homework to do but he doesn’t know how to say no, so he goes outside with him. Later, he learns that it’s OK to say no, and that Ryan will still be his friend.

Making Friends
May 2015

Act Like You're Interested - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iCnFZD Alessandra is talking to Serena about a penguin movie she watched. Serena isn’t interested in penguins, and tells Alessandra that she doesn’t care. Alessandra is hurt by Serena’s actions. Sometimes in life we have to act like we’re interested so we don’t hurt people’s feelings.

Making Friends
May 2015

Approaching a Group - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jLWMzp Devin wants to join the group. There’s an open seat, but he doesn’t notice it and interrupts the group. When Devin wants to approach a group of friends, he should make sure not to disrupt the group.

Making Friends
May 2015

Hidden Social Rules - Making Noise Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iKbBk1 Jameson and Ryan are in study hall. Jameson is working on his homework, but Ryan is being very loud while he watches something on his computer. Ryan needs to understand that being quiet in school while people are studying is a social rule we all need to follow.

How We Act in School
May 2015

Following the Group Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jxXmn4 Andrew, Serena, and Alessandra are all playing a game at school. Andrew and Alessandra are having a fun time, but Serena is distracted and writing in her notebook. The other students think that Serena doesn’t want to play with them. Serena learns to keep her eyes, ears, and body in group.

How We Act in School
May 2015

Working in Groups Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7ksxk The group is working on a social studies project. Everyone wants to do the project on France, but Alessandra wants to do Spain. When she doesn’t get her way, she yells and refuses to do any of the work. Alessandra needs to learn that when we work with a group, we have to compromise and still do our work even if we don’t get what we want.

How We Act in School
April 2015

Taking Turns In Conversation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jLWybl Owen tries to tell Johnny about his trip to Florida but Johnny doesn’t let Owen speak. Johnny talks over him which makes Owen feel bad. Johnny needs to remember to take turns in conversation.

Basic Conversation Skills
March 2015

Worry About Yourself - Younger Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j9QPLW Alessandra disrupts the class when she sees Andrew reading instead of doing his work. The other students are upset with Alessandra for making so much noise. She needs to remember to worry about herself and let the teacher take care of the other students.

How We Act in School
March 2015

Public vs. Private Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0QTgT Andrew shouts about going to the bathroom in front of the entire class. Everyone starts laughing and the class is disrupted. Andrew needs to realize that some things are private, and can’t be said in public. Next time, he’ll speak to the teacher in private if he needs to go to the bathroom.

How We Act in School
March 2015

Not Getting Your Way Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k10S5P The group wants to play a game. When everyone wants to play a different game than Alessandra, she gets upset and refuses to play. Alessandra needs to control her feelings and actions when she doesn’t get her way.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
March 2015

Being a Good Sport Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iSb17c The group is playing a game. When Serena has a bad roll, she ruins the game for everyone else. Serena needs to realize how her actions make others feel. She has to be a good sport, even when she loses. There’s always next time!

Solving Conflicts with Peers
March 2015

Apologizing Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k4R130 Andrew gets a better grade on the spelling test than Devin, and brags about how easy the test was. When he sees how upset Devin is, he apologizes, but he isn’t sincere. His tone of voice was still happy. Next time, when Andrew sincerely apologizes to Devin, it makes Devin feel better.

Solving Conflicts with Peers
March 2015

Your Body Language Sends a Message Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k54ZSI Owen doesn’t realize that his body language is sending Johnny a message. Owen has his arms crossed and is facing away from Johnny. This makes Johnny think Owen isn’t interested in talking to him. Owen needs to use his body to show he is interested in talking to Johnny.

Nonverbal Communication
March 2015

When Others Break the Rules Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jzPFw4 Nick gets very angry when his friends don’t follow the rules in a game the way he wants to. He yells at his friends which makes them feel annoyed. Nick needs to learn that sometimes people break the rules and it’s okay.

Keeping Self Control and Handling Stress
March 2015

Voice Volume Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iJZO5c Johnny isn’t using appropriate voice volume. First, he speaks too quietly and then he yells too loudly. Owen feels confused and thinks Johnny is hard to talk to. Once Johnny learns how loudly to speak, he can have successful conversations!

Basic Conversation Skills
March 2015

Understanding Sarcasm Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iClqFO Maddie has a hard time understanding sarcasm. Therefore she isn’t able to follow conversations and respond. She needs to learn how to tell when people are being sarcastic.

Advanced Conversation Skills
March 2015

Staying on Topic Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k0ZwrW Nick asks his friends about their math homework but Graham makes a comment about a new video game. The group feels confused by Graham’s remark because it is off topic. Graham needs to remember to stay on topic so he doesn’t confuse people.

Basic Conversation Skills
March 2015

Making Eye Contact Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k4SxSX Owen doesn’t make eye contact when he has a conversation with Johnny. Johnny feels confused by this and thinks Owen doesn’t want to talk to him. When Owen changes his behavior and looks at Johnny while they talk, the conversation goes smoothly.

Nonverbal Communication
March 2015

Reading a Situation Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iK7xjN Nick can’t see that Graham feels upset. He keeps talking about his good grade even though Graham looks very sad. Nick needs to learn to read the situation before he speaks. That way he will avoid hurting people’s feelings.

Nonverbal Communication
February 2015

Using a Filter Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iK7EvJ Graham always says exactly what he’s thinking. When Maddie asks how her new haircut looks, Graham really hurts her feelings. Graham needs to learn how to filter his thoughts so he doesn’t hurt people’s feelings.

Making Friends
December 2014

Keeping Personal Space Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2iJNdPI Johnny doesn’t understand that personal space is important. He sits very close to Owen, making Owen feel uncomfortable. Once he gives Owen personal space, they have a successful interaction!

Nonverbal Communication