Skillstreaming in Early Childhood Student Workbook

Skillstreaming in Early Childhood Student Workbook
Group Leader's Guide and 10 Student Workbooks
Early Childhood
Elementary
ISBN: 
978-0-87822-676-4
Item Number:
5179
Price:$37.99
Skillstreaming in Early Childhood Student Workbook

Overview

As a supplement to the Skillstreaming in Early Childhood program book, the Student Workbook jumpstarts student learning, structures the Skillstreaming teaching process for both new and experienced group leaders, and is an excellent tool for promoting parent involvement.

Available in convenient sets of 10 Student Workbooks (includes Group Leader’s Guide).

Student Workbook

Introduction for Parents

When children share this brief overview and their workbook progress with parents, parents become more willing and able to support skill practice and skill use outside the learning setting.

Understanding Skillstreaming

Featuring illustrations of LeRoy the Frog and a diverse group of children, these pages offer entertaining activities to capture children’s attention while they learn the role-playing process and master the steps of Listening, their very first social skill.

More Practice and Good Ideas

Successful skill use depends on more than just learning skill steps. This part of the workbook focuses on such critical factors as choosing the right time and place, understanding body language, and identifying feelings.

Group Leader's Guide

Essential for use with the Student Workbook, the Group Leader’s Guide tells leaders exactly what to do, page by page, when using the Student Workbook to teach the Skillstreaming process. In addition, it includes numerous teaching tips and suggestions for related activities to enhance children’s learning, as well as reproducible skill posters, skill cards, and role-play tags.

Book Review

"I liked the way this program is packaged with guide and workbooks. I have used Skillstreaming successfully with elementary age students. I have observed that students enjoy watching adults role play a social skill and then practicing the skill by role playing it with a peer. Skillstreaming can be successfully taught by a teacher, counselor, or social worker. It is most important that the teacher be included in the skill training so that he or she can reinforce the skills during the course of the day. This package of leader’s guide and student workbooks not only makes it easy and fun for teachers to use Skillstreaming with students but also describes how parents can be included.

—Robin Bluestone-Miller, LCSW, Loyola University, Chicago, IL.;
School Social Work Journal, Vol. 38, June 2014

Student Workbook Contents and Sample Pages
Group Leader's Guide (Full Text)
Component/Ancillary Items: 

Skillstreaming in Early Childhood

A Guide for Teaching Prosocial Skills
Third Edition
Program Book
Skillstreaming in Early Childhood: A Guide for Teaching Prosocial Skills
Early Childhood
Elementary
8.5x11
Pages: 
352
Additional Media Included: 
Data CD
Item Number:
5187
Price:$49.99

Skillstreaming in Early Childhood

Skill Cards (Set of 320 Cards)
Early Childhood
Elementary
Item Number:
5182
Price:$34.99

Skillstreaming in Early Childhood

Skill Posters (Set of 40 posters)
Early Childhood
Elementary
12x18
Item Number:
5186
Price:$79.99