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Child Toolbox - Social Skills

The Child Behavior Toolbox – Social Skills is an invaluable resource for both parents, teachers, and mental health workers

The Child Behavior Toolbox – Social Skills is an invaluable resource for both parents, teachers, and mental health workers

Child Toolbox - Social Skills

by Behavior Toolbox Inc
Child Toolbox - Social Skills
Child Toolbox - Social Skills
Child Toolbox - Social Skills

What is it about?

The Child Behavior Toolbox – Social Skills is an invaluable resource for both parents, teachers, and mental health workers. Covering children from ages 3 to 12, it provides strategies which address over 30 specific social skills including dealing with bullying and teasing, making conversation, sharing, turn-taking, improving cooperation, making friends, managing conflict, going to a restaurant, going shopping, riding a school bus, self-esteem, social problem solving, visiting the dentist, visit the doctor, and acting safely both at home and in the community, to mention only a few. Along with strategies are resources for further reading including lists of books, magazine and journal articles, and websites.

Child Toolbox - Social Skills

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
24Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
May 4, 2019
Release date
May 4, 2019
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App Store Description

The Child Behavior Toolbox – Social Skills is an invaluable resource for both parents, teachers, and mental health workers. Covering children from ages 3 to 12, it provides strategies which address over 30 specific social skills including dealing with bullying and teasing, making conversation, sharing, turn-taking, improving cooperation, making friends, managing conflict, going to a restaurant, going shopping, riding a school bus, self-esteem, social problem solving, visiting the dentist, visit the doctor, and acting safely both at home and in the community, to mention only a few. Along with strategies are resources for further reading including lists of books, magazine and journal articles, and websites.

Parents can attach a note along with their selected strategies with personalized instructions if someone else is going to be looking after their child. The report can be viewed on screen, saved to a pdf file for future reference, printed out in a book format and sent as an attachment to a text message, emailed, saved to iCloud, or exported to Apple Books©. Teachers can select strategies to provide parents with ideas for managing behavior at home.

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