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Teaching personal space is an important part of social skills instruction. Personal space issues can interfere with both social and academic functioning and is especially important during coronavirus times. This best-selling packet includes tiered social stories and activities that will be a life
CARPET TIME is a challenge for some students. This product encourages students to be responsible and look like learners. It includes two books – At The Carpet and Carpet Time Success, POSTERS (including one that works as a Visual Support), and a TOKEN CHART. And, lots of HELP pages with interventio
Social Stories are a great teaching tool not only for students with special needs, but also for any child that needs a little help internalizing the many behavioral expectations that we throw their way in school. The value of a social story is in the simplicity of the language and the correspondin
Use this story to teach expected and unexpected behaviors during carpet time.
This story can easily be edited to fit your individual needs.
Social Story using Clipart, listing guidlines for the student as to the appropriate behavior while on the carpet.
Rusty the Greyhound: Following Directions at Circle Time - Social Skills Behavior Story - SELCircle time can be so much fun for everyone, but not when people aren’t playing by the rules. Rusty doesn’t want to sit down and listen to the story, and this is distracting for his friends and his teacher.
A social story and contingency map to reinforce the appropriate times to be silly. This product includes a social story that discusses some possible strategies one can use to get rid of the sillies and two versions of a contingency map to show the consequences of silly behaviour during carpet time a
Rusty the Greyhound: Social Skills Behavior Story & Games: Following Directions at Circle Time - SELCircle time can be so much fun for everyone, but not when people aren’t playing by the rules. Rusty doesn’t want to sit down and listen to the story, and this is distracting for his friends and hi
I created Social Sorts for small group time and independent work time for students that struggle with social issues. I use them especially with my students that have autism. There are 12 Sorts included and a form for you to write your own. The Sorts Are Carpet Time Center/Small Group Behavior E
simple story for expectations during circle time, whole group, sitting on carpet
Completely editable! 15 stories about social skills and instructions for parents and teachers. - appropriate affection - coming to the carpet - going to speech or OT - going to the bathroom - nice talk and friendly words - participating in class - picking skin - self advocacy and gentle voice - inst
Help students become STAR problem-solvers as they use teamwork & critical thinking skills to solve these escape room styled puzzles. The S.T.A.R. acronym stands for Stop, Think, Act, and Review – a method for solving any problem. Welcome to the land of Hollywood where the stars are bright and t
Picture this: It is the beginning of the year, and you are trying to get your kiddos settled on the carpet to read a story. You look around before you begin and see the children touching each other, talking, and they are sprawled out across the carpet. Sound familiar?? You remember that these kidd
These are common social stories for issues many students have in the general education and special education settings. These are stories I've used in my special education class and also have used in general education rooms with students who were having trouble with certain activities. These social s
Cleaning up is hard for young kids, but with a bit of help, anyone can do it. In order to keep your classroom neat and clean, use this story in conjunction with your clean up procedures at the beginning of the year and reinforce it as often as needed. This story offers advice and a few simple rules
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This is a simple social story I have used with children who have a hard time sitting still and waiting their turn to speak when learning on the carpet. Children enjoy reading the story aloud or having it read to them, and the more times they read this story the more they will remember what they lear
This is a growing bundle of social stories entitled, "I can..." For use with students who have a hard time with social or behavioural situations at school and need a social story to explain the importance of following social and school rules. Also included is a cut & paste reflection worksheet
Grades:
PreK - 1st
This bundle includes digital social stories that aim to support children, families, and educators. It addresses expectations, rules, and routines at school. This bundle is particularly useful at the beginning of the school year. These stories focus on learning how to be successful at school.There ar
This bundle includes digital social stories that aim to support children, families, and educators. It addresses expectations, rules, and routines at school. This bundle is particularly useful at the beginning of the school year. These stories focus on learning how to be successful at school.There ar
This bundle includes digital social stories that aim to support children, families, and educators. It addresses expectations, rules, and routines at school. This bundle is particularly useful at the beginning of the school year. These stories focus on learning how to be successful at school.There ar
This bundle includes digital social stories that aim to support children, families, and educators. It addresses expectations, rules, and routines at school. This bundle is particularly useful at the beginning of the school year. These stories focus on learning how to be successful at school.There ar
This is a daily carpet time calendar, but simplified for a special education / students with special needs classroom. There are pages to talk about: calendar, weather, colors, numbers, conversation questions. Daily calendar for Special Education classThere is a "How do you spell your name" slide an
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
I patterned this chant after the story Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?. This chant goes through the process of how a bill becomes a law. Teacher leads the chant by reading the top line. Children answer by reading the second line in the stanza. It is important to allow the children time
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1st - 3rd

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