Social Skills Comics- Conversation & Anxiety: Set of 2 Books
- Help improve children’s conversational skills, and handle anxiety
- Detailed pictures help children observe body language and nonverbal cues
- Ages: 7-12
Titles Include one each of the following:
These 25 "comics" are designed to show children the expected and unexpected ways to behave in a variety of typical school social situations. Detailed photos prompt children to take a closer look at dialog, body language and nonverbal cues in both scenarios. Topics include: reading body language, using humor in conversation, staying on topic, accepting compliments, asking a question, ending a conversation, and many more.
Anxiety is a problem often associated with poor social skills. Kids may be afraid of speaking up in class, taking tests, or interacting with others in the classroom or playground. Characters in the comic strips are shown dealing with anxiety in a "Wrong Way" and then in a more appropriate way. Detailed photos prompt children to take a closer look at dialog, body language and nonverbal cues in both scenarios. Children will learn that interacting in certain ways may help them feel less anxious in social situations.