Preschool Social Skills Worksheets and Printables

Preschool social skills worksheets are the perfect way to introduce the tricky concept of etiquette. It's not always clear to kids why it's not okay to say certain things or behave in particular ways. Oftentimes, they might not even realize when they've crossed a line. Fortunately, our worksheets and coloring pages make social rules a little more clear. Our printables aren't only for correcting behavior, they're also a practical way to reinforce good behavior. Check out our social skills worksheets and find a few for your kid.
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Manners Worksheet Manners Worksheet This manners worksheet shows even the youngest child the basics of being polite and helpful.
Encourage your little one to express herself with this fun-filled collection of worksheets, focusing on me, myself and I.
All About Me! 7 Preschool Printables Encourage your little one to express herself with this fun-filled collection of worksheets, focusing on me, myself and I.
Firefighting Equipment Firefighting Equipment Help your child cut out the items that a fireman would need to do his job, and paste them over the items that don't belong.
Paper Doll Girl: Party Fashion Paper Doll Girl: Party Fashion Dress to impress with a paper doll activity!
Emotions Flashcards Emotions Flashcards Tap into your emotions with these adorable flashcards.
All About My Hair All About My Hair Don't do this worksheet on a bad hair day! It's all about you and your hair.
Paper Doll Boy: Party Fashion Paper Doll Boy: Party Fashion How would you dress for a party? Help your little learner to identify different articles of clothing with a fun paper doll activity.
Follow the Exit Route Follow the Exit Route Schools and other buildings have exit routes for emergencies.
Haunted House Map Haunted House Map Follow directions to find a key and escape a spooky haunted house.
House Rules House Rules Every family has house rules, even if they aren't posted anywhere.
Senses and Feelings Senses and Feelings Quiz your kindergartener on feelings and the five senses with this cute picture test.
All About Me, and You! All About Me, and You! What's the preschooler's favorite subject? Himself!
Introduce your child to maps and directions with these colorful worksheets. Have your child read the directions (or read for her) to get to your destination.
Map Fun for Preschoolers Introduce your child to maps and directions with these colorful worksheets.
This set of 5 worksheets helps preschoolers with the concept of first, next and last. These simple printables will help to build the foundations for math skills, such as ordinal numbers and place value, and social skills that help kids with future organization tasks.
First, Next, Last This set of 5 worksheets helps preschoolers with the concept of first, next and last.
Map Fun 1 Map Fun 1 Give your preschooler an introduction to maps with basic scenarios like walking to school or mailing a letter.
Preschoolers need a lot of help and repetition with basic social skills many adults take for granted. These worksheets can help.
What Comes First? What Comes Last? Preschoolers need a lot of help and repetition with basic social skills many adults take for granted.
Preschool social skills worksheets are the perfect way to introduce the tricky concept of etiquette. It's not always clear to kids why it's not okay to say certain things or behave in particular ways. Oftentimes, they might not even realize when they've crossed a line. Fortunately, our worksheets and coloring pages make social rules a little more clear. Our printables aren't only for correcting behavior, they're also a practical way to reinforce good behavior. Check out our social skills worksheets and find a few for your kid.