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This is a short story entitled, "I can line up". For use with students who have a hard time lining up when the bell rings at recess and need a social story to explain the importance of doing so. Also included is a cut & paste reflection worksheet for use after reading the story.
PreK - 1st
I Can Line Up Social Story and Lanyard Behaviour Prompts Cards.This listing is for a “I can Line Up” Social Story together with Lanyard Behaviour Prompt Cards. This resource is created for children who may be struggle to understand the process of lining up and the behaviours not permitted during lin
PreK - 8th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Social story to help children learn to line up. Powerpoint consists of a social story with clean visuals and a whole class activity. I wrote this social story for the first week of school for a kindergarten class of EAL students. This presentation contains Dyslexia-friendly font, a story showing
Raise your hand if you have a friend who has trouble lining up for recess!! I know I do! I use this short social story to remind them of the expectations of lining up when asked!
Not Grade Specific
Social Stories are an easy and effective way to teach new skills.  They can be used to teach, model, and reinforce behaviors that are expected.  These social stories were created to teach classroom and school-wide expectations in order to increase positive and appropriate behavior and reduce ongoing
Menstruation Updated for 2020-2021 School Year!Brand New Social Skill "I've Committed A Crime - Now What? - Entering the Juvenile Justice System." Some statistics state that over 70% of juvenile offenders are not only Special Education Students (Emotionally Disturbed and Specific Learning Disabilit
This is a Social Story that I use in my Special Day Class program to explain what are appropriate (green behaviors) and inappropriate (red behaviors). This Social Story ties in with my whole classroom behavior management system (Climbing the Behavior Rainbow). But, it can be used alone to help you
❤ AAC ULTIMATE Social, Behavior, Communication and Visual Supports Mega Bundle! ❤ Ready for back to school? This set will have you off to the right start!!! It includes everything you need to support your special education classroom!! ❤ Check out what is included – ❤ PICTURE COMMUNICATION STATER
Not Grade Specific
This download includes 30 simple social behavior narratives written for early elementary school aged students. They address situations that students are likely to experience at school. They are short, and written in simple, easy to understand language. This makes them perfect for addressing basic so
This is a collection of 32 Printable Social Stories for directly teaching classroom procedures and social skills. These stories are 6 pages long, but are designed in a half-page format so you can print an entire story on just three pieces of paper. The illustrations are in color, but care has be
Social stories are great tools for teaching students what to expect in a given situation. This social story focuses on being first in line. It will teach students that they cannot always be first and that it is okay. Social stories should be read frequently and especially leading up to the time wh
PreK - 5th
BUNDLE | My School Day Social Skills Adapted Books + Sorting Activities | Social skills allow us to communicate and problem solve. For students with special needs and more specifically, our friends with Autism, we need to teach them these skills.Practice important social skills that students need fo
This product includes posters for the rules of lining up and hallway behavior. There are also colorful floor spots to use as a visual cue of where to stand when getting in line. There is also a social story to read aloud about what to do when lining up and walking in the hallway. Posters come in 3 s
This adapted book is written to help teach children lunchroom routines. It takes students from lining up to go to lunch to waiting for the teacher after lunch. Once printed, I suggest you laminate the individual pages for reading. I've also included matching pieces for vocabulary words I have chosen
Social Stories are used for teaching kids behavioral expectations. They work great with kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Social Emotional Behavioral Difficulties (SEBD) Some kids have problems with lining up...some get too excited and run
Help your students line up in their spot. Using place markers to line students up helps students visually see where they stand in line and how to form a line. There are 12 colors to coordinate for your class. They are editable so you can simply type your students' names into the box and you're se
This FREE little 8 page book is UPDATED for 2018 and includes a POWERPOINT VERSION! It's a sample of the many Little Books available in my tpt store. All of my social stories - including TIME'S UP - come in LITTLE Book 3½ x 4¼ inches when folded and BIGGER Book (8½ x 5½ inch when folded) as well as
I created this social story because I had a specific need for a story that focused on walking on one side of the hallway. This story addresses that rule along with keeping hands by our sides, walking quietly, and walking instead of running. The text in the story is as follows: "We spend most of ou
Social Stories are beneficial for helping children, especially those with an autism spectrum disorder learn how to deal with different situations or challenges. A Social Story is a short story that describes a skill, situation, context, or concept. Frequently the story will include information tha
This simple social story teaches young children what it means and what it looks like to get in a "line." (A simple task that some children do not understand until they are shown.) This story will help children see what they need to do to successfully stand in a line and walk down the hallway at sc
This fun social story is the perfect way to bring autism awareness to your classroom! The story's relatable characters will help students to better understand the challenges of autism, but still see peers with autism in a positive way. The colorful mini-books are easy for kids or teachers to prepar
This simple social story teaches students about riding the bus - specifically, what the expectations are so that the student can get to their destination safely.Line up to get onGet on bus quietlySit with calm bodyPut seatbelt onTalk quietly with friendsListen to bus driverThis resource comes in thr
This adapted book is written to teach children the rules to follow during outdoor recess. The rules that are featured are: be kind to friends, keep hands and feet inside, no climbing, no throwing, pick up trash, take turns, slide on bottom, sit on bottom, look, pick up and line up. This book could b
If you are looking for a back to school activity for the first week of school, this will be perfect for your children to learn all the expectations during fire drill. What is included?-5 posters in portrait and landscape mode and you will be able to customize your own wording in the posters.-a soci

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