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This lesson is for kids who think that just because they don't like the work, it's boring, it's hard or it's frustrating, they have set in their minds they shouldn't have to do it. We aim to normalize this feeling... WE ALL have things we feel this way about in school. But we still have to do it.
Dealing With Frustration is a struggle... especially for those with social language/pragmatic difficulties. Often, these students struggle with knowing and practicing the right words to say that can eliminate or reduce frustration or even knowing how to de-escalate. Page one is similar to a social s
Individuals with autism can have rigid thought processes which may result in significant reactions when frustrated. This social story explains why strong negative reactions are not appropriate in school, what others think when it occurs, and what would be considered an appropriate alternative. Rea
Writing behavior goals can be tough and leave you feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and ready to give up. It can be tricky knowing what to target and how to individualize the goal. Not sure where to start? You don't have to look any further! Included in this toolkit are;5 Steps to Writing Game-Changi
This is a FREEBIE frustration social story! It will teach your kiddos calming strategies to use when frustrated.Calming Strategies this social story teaches:Take a breakBreatheTake a walkDrink waterSocial stories are an incredible way to teach children various ways to cope with different emotions an
Students get frustrated. We ALL get frustrated. And let's face it... it's REALLY hard to get UN-frustrated! This choice board can help students identify strategies for getting un-stuck. It contains idioms, so it's also a great teaching tool for transitional English Learners, as well as students
Mini-lesson that can be used for a candid discussion surrounding frustration in social or daily situations. Useful for students to identify, acknowledge, and address frustration in an appropriate way.
Individuals with autism can have sensory overload and frustration build-up which can cause melt downs when frustrated. This visual is helpful in aiding the student's ability to self-monitor. Appropriate for elementary through high school.
For students who are learning to take breaks to prevent frustration and behavior, using a 1-2-3 or 1-2-3-4-5 break card system can be great! They can visually see how many breaks they are allowed to take and therefore cannot be "taking breaks" all day. Set a timer for 2-5 minutes, when the timer goe
Asking a question can be very difficult, and can cause feelings of anxiety and frustration in children. This social story addresses the steps that they can follow when asking for help. A social story is an awesome way to provide a visual or written guide for kids of all ages and abilities. Social s
You will receive a digital download of an activity about Controlling Emotions: Nervous and Controlling Emotions: Frustration/ Angry. Controlling Emotions: Nervous This activity teaches what being nervous is and the level of nervousness depending on the situation and allowing the student to rate from
AUTISM: Autism Social Skills - Behavior Card Visuals Self-Talk To Help with a Meltdown Many times our ASD kids may find it difficult to convey their feelings of frustration, which can lead to a full blown meltdown. Our special needs students who can read and may find the symbols system too "babyis
When our students having difficulty understanding what they read, it can be frustrating! Using mental imagery through our senses to help with reading comprehension is a great strategy to help ease frustration and increase student participation! This strategy allows the student to create images, scen
Keep Cool...It's No Big Deal Social Story. This is a short emoji themed social story about things that arise during the school day that might make a student feel frustrated. It gives practical solutions and strategies to cope with frustration. It has visuals to go along with the story.
How many times have we heard our students say, "Why do I have to be in Speech?" Or how many parents have we had who attend meetings and conferences but still don't seem to know what their student is working on? The frustration is now over!These sweet and simple low ink worksheets will help resolve t
Use these 18 crucial words for to help aid language in your students with special needs, especially during moments of crisis. Directions: laminate each page, cut out individual cards, hole punch, and attached them to a lanyard to be word at all times! These communication cards have saved me and
I find social skills to be one of the hardest things to target for high school students, and many products are too juvenile for their age/maturity level. I made this powerpoint to provide an age-appropriate way to teach what perspective is, why it matters, and how taking perspective can be used to i
“My Coping Tools: Stress Management Strategies for Older Children and Teens” is designed to provide teachers a comprehensive approach for responding to older elementary and secondary students who demonstrate difficulty regulating their behavior in the classroom. It can be used by special education t
Easter Social Scenarios contains 10 problem solving social scenarios related to the commercial celebration of Easter. The social scenarios cover topics including compromise, indirect language, teasing/bullying, negotiating/persuading, following and breaking rules, embarrassment, and dealing with fru
Bloques de Articulación: Speech Therapy UN-stacking Game CompanionSpanish Articulation Words. I love playing stacking blocks in therapy but my students often got frustrated with how easy it is to knock over (and some of my students would knock it over or bump the table on purpose). I wanted to fig
A social story for students when they feel frustrated. Provides "I can" statements.
Your favorite pragmatics/social skills activities all in one set: "Tattling vs. Telling", "How to Deal With Frustration", "5 Things You Can Talk About With Anyone", "Planning/Intentionality", "Inferencing", Asking for Help", "Pragmatic Group Activities", "Pragmatics/Social Skills Menu I, II and III"
When thinking through a frustration, I have found that students like to have a visual to represent their level.
This is a visual to use with mid-elementary and upper students. It provides a visual way of showing strategies that a student can use when they have spoken, but are not understood by their communication partner. These strategies can be independently used by students and can help to reduce frustrat

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