By Lexi Walters Wright
High-schoolers are constantly encountering new social situations, from the prom to their first job interview. Not following social rules can create challenges. Learn how you can help.
Lexi Walters Wright is veteran writer and editor who helps parents make more informed choices for their children and for themselves.
Jenn Osen-Foss, M.A.T., is an instructional coach, supporting teachers in using differentiated instruction, interventions and co-planning.
At a Glance: How to Help Your Grade-Schooler Follow Social Rules
4 Social Situations to Role-Play With Your Grade-Schooler
7 Social Situations to Role-Play With Your High-Schooler
5 Unwritten Social Rules
8 Social Situations to Role-Play With Your Middle-Schooler
Social Situations to Role-Play With Your Child in Different Grades
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