The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of social skills education on social skills, social and emotional adaptations and problem-solving skills of children who emigrated from Syria. The research was designed in quasi- experimental design with a pretest-posttest group. The study group of the research consists of experiment (9 female, 9 male) and control (7 female, 9 male) group totally 34 60-69 month old preschool period children who attend a preschool in the central district of Kilis. Social Skills Evaluation Scale (at the age of 4-6), Marmara Socio-Emotional Adaptation Scale and Wally Child Social Problem-Solving Detective Game Test were used. As a result of this research it was determined that Social Skills Education Program had a positive influence on social problem solving skills, social and emotional adaptations and social skills of children who emigrated from Syria.