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This lesson contains multiple parts that you can use to help students create genuine apologies by developing the social-emotional skills to do it independently (i.e., without an adult making them). You can easily break these activities into multiple sessions and/or weave them with other activities.T
This is a social story to help young students learn about apologizing and practice saying "I'm sorry." It includes a simple story of children apologizing. There is a large (full-page) version of the story, which is great as a classroom book, or to project on your interactive whiteboard. There is als
Social Stories resources complete with social narrative on how and when to SAY I'M SORRY (three part apology), comprehension activities, clip cards and student worksheets… PLUS support VISUALS with a reminder keychain! Exactly how to stop behaviors in your classroom- Teach manners and social skills
Here is a social narrative that can be printed, laminated and binded for durable re-use. Social narrative are a great way to teach children with special needs and Autism various life skills and routines within their day.This 10 page social narrative walks through the steps of Saying sorry. Each page
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Create a peaceful classroom with the help of social skills lessons in SEL Monster books and lessons! This unit is part of a 16-week social skills program, but this resources pack can be used alone as well!They are carefully designed to help you introduce and explore essential social skills concepts
We all make mistakes sometimes. We might do and say things that may hurt someone’s feelings. Nobody’s perfect. When this happens it’s important to say you’re sorry. "When to Say I'm Sorry" is an interactive powerpoint / whiteboard lesson that teaches children the importance of taking responsibility
Are you looking for a social narrative to use with your students for working on saying sorry? If so, this visual story is perfect for your autism and special education students.This story is a great read for students who may need some support and help when saying sorry. Saying sorry can be a hard co
This deck features 41 digital task cards that will help your students learn about kindness, apologizing and holding themselves accountable for their mistakes and actions.The cards are differentiated: 1-15: Yes/No 16-25: Multiple choice (three visuals) 26-35: Drag and Drop (respectful and disrespectf
This saying sorry social story pack is intended for students who are not yet apologizing to people when they hurt them physically or hurt their feelings. It explores the steps of how and when to say sorry to friends and family and how to receive an apology too. It also discusses how people might fee
Create a peaceful classroom with the help of social skills lessons in SEL Monster books! These books are carefully designed to help you introduce and explore essential social skills concepts in a funny, lighthearted way.This digital, interactive story can be played on most devices, and is hosted on
Use this social story in your classroom as a whole group reader to reinforce the importance of apologizing to friends, or use this 1 on 1 with a student to learn why, when, and how to apologize to friends.
This behavior set is designed to teach students of all ages how to say, "I’m sorry." Little problems can be kept little if students say, these simple two words and you can focus on teaching and not spend time dealing with behavior conflicts among students.Students watch a PowerPoint slideshow that
This lesson concentrates on teaching elementary students how to recognize when they need to apologize and how to apologize. Examples of apologies are included. The 5 steps to apologize is part of the lesson plan. 3 activities. clip art, printables, no prep needed. Distance learning appropriateLearni
WHEN TO APOLOGIZE: 1. When I hurt someone physically. 2. When I hurt someone’s feelings. 3. When I hurt someone on accident. REPLACEMENT BEHAVIORS: 1. Look at the person. 2. Say their name and why I’m sorry. 3. Tell them I won’t do it again.Teach students better social skills and behavior managemen
Social Story - Saying SorryDigital Boom Cards are now available!**Social Stories are great visuals for helping students with special needs or on the autism spectrum.-There are black/white and color options, as well as 4 different size options. There are also full sized options, which are great for u
Saying Sorry-Social Story is a simple social story to help students learn about apologizing to others. The story is designed to be compiled as a book with the story pages of 8.5 x 11 inch size.The story is provided in two formats. The first format includes the story with graphics. This format allows
Already own the SAYING I'M SORRY social story from Noodle Nook and want more activities to make a more robust social skills curriculum out of your social narratives? This is a great week-long lesson plan with activities for station/center-based instruction that targets social skills and behavior. R
Use these no-prep, bright, and picture-based social stories to assist teaching the emotions of giving space, saying sorry, and being told no. These resources are a wonderful addition to any home, special education, or regular education classroom!
The Saying You're Sorry Unit Bundle includes 10 activity pages teaching and reinforcing the following: Real apologies come from the heart and have no excuses. You should also try to make things better when you apologize.Unit Bundles each include an overview sheet listing the Key Concepts for that S
Various scenarios that student can fill in 1-2 sentences of how they could apologize using more than just saying "I am sorry." Students are encouraged to come up with an appropriate action that would demonstrate their sincerity.