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Social Skills! Series - Complete Three Volume Set



 

Social Skills! Series - Complete Three Volume DVD Set

teach2talk's™ Social Skills! series of DVD videos helps teach children appropriate social behaviors through the use of targeted video modeling.

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Now you can get all three volumes in our Social Skills! series for one low price! This set includes one copy of each of the following titles:

  • Social Skills! - Volume 1 - Sharing and Taking Turns: Volume 1 of the Social Skills! series, Sharing and Taking Turns, focuses on a critical component of every child's socialization – learning to share – by modeling appropriate sharing behaviors in a variety of scenarios and settings, and by incorporating humor and songs to keep children engaged and provide additional reinforcement. teach2talk's™ goal with Sharing and Taking Turns is to help children find enjoyment in sharing their experiences and possessions with other people.
  • Social Skills! - Volume 2 - Conversations with Friends: Volume 2 of the Social Skills! series, Conversations with Friends, focuses on skills which are difficult to master for many children – joining in conversations and activities with their peers – by modeling appropriate ways to initiate and maintain conversations and participate in activities in a variety of scenarios and settings, and by incorporating humor and songs to keep children engaged and provide additional reinforcement.
  • Social Skills! - Volume 3 - Emotions, Feelings and Empathy: Volume 3 of our Social Skills! series, Emotions, Feelings and Empathy, focuses on skills that are difficult to master for many children: recognizing the way others typically demonstrate their internal emotions and feelings, and understanding empathy, which is the capacity to recognize or understand another's state of mind or emotion, or "put oneself into another's shoes."

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