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Real-World Social Skills Workbooks

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The Real World Social Skills workbooks help readers navigate the complex world of social skills in a relaxed informal format that's perfect for teens.

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Simple, accessible language makes these workbooks easy and fun for readers of many skill levels. Reluctant readers will appreciate the engaging full-color illustrations that reinforce the text. In each chapter, teens and “experts” offer helpful advice with text messages, reinforcing each lesson in a fun, casual, and non-threatening way. Worksheets and fill-ins are sprinkled through each chapter, encouraging readers to think about how they can apply each lesson to their real digital life. 

Choose from the following workbooks:

Improving Relationships

In 14 helpful lessons, students will learn concepts such as eye contact, the value of first impressions, how to deal with bullying, managing their temper, awkwardness, apologizing, tone of voice, and much more. Each chapter explains these concepts in simple, accessible, and casual language reinforced with engaging, full-color illustrations.

Social Behavior

In this volume, readers will learn strategies on improving social skills such as communication, relationship building, courtesy, and more. With easy to read, accessible lessons and engaging full-color illustrations, each of the 14 chapters in this book are designed to help readers learn more about themselves and grow.

Social Media

Navigating social media in a healthy way can be difficult for many students-- and this volume of the Real-World Skills series is designed to help! In Real-World Skills: Social Media, readers will learn vital tips and techniques for navigating their digital world while keeping safe, maintaining boundaries, and caring for their mental health. Each of the 14 chapters in this book covers lessons such as privacy, not comparing yourself to others, fact checking news and information, resisting peer pressure, what to post and what not to post, and much more.

Reading Level: Grades 3-4
Interest Level: Grades 6-12