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***Activity best suited for small group/ 1 on 1*** Social story are a researched based method used to educate students who struggle with behavior in social situations or general habits and behavior. This story addresses the eating of nonfood items in the classroom. This could be a sensitive topic w
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Eating and drinking little book. A Social Story about not eating or drinking and why its important to eat and drink for children with Special needs/Autism. Small book that you can laminate for durability and read to or with the pupil/child Please leave feedback. If you go to your “My Purchases” pa
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PreK - 2nd
This interactive social story addresses the issue of eating poop. Students read with symbols about the importance of being healthy and clean. Each page provides an opportunity for students to match the main idea. I assembled my book with two binder rings and used velcro with the main idea symbols
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Use this super simple interactive social story to teach your students to not eat play doh. Includes one interactive social story and one black and white single sheet for individual student use or sending home.
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 story in a book format that encourages students to eat slowly and take small bites.
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This social story can be used to help a child during lunch in the cafeteria. It will provide them with examples of how to wait in line, how to use their manners, and how to act appropriately in the cafeteria.
This social story teaching children the expected routine of eating at a restaurant. In a nine slide PowerPoint presentation, the child will become familiar with the steps of dining out- from arriving at the restaurant and waiting to paying for the meal. This social story uses simple visuals to hel
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3rd - 8th
This social story goes over the basics and importance of eating healthy. Language and pictures Includes real images and clip art as illustrations. Please leave feedback and remember to go and follow me for all the latest updates!
Better Behavior Booklet: A Social Story- "I Can Eat Healthy", presents a specific behavioral situation, that students may encounter throughout their day, in a very positive manner. The booklet consists of a title page followed by 5 pages of positive examples, illustrations, and/or reasons to support
This is a simple social story about eating lunch in the school cafeteria. It uses real pictures of students eating lunch in the cafeteria. It also describes proper behavioral expectations in a school cafeteria with pictures from boardmaker. It is a wonderful and useful tool for students with cogniti
This social story focuses on how to eat in the lunchroom and what to expect when eating in the lunchroom. A social story is a short narrative describing a challenging social situation in a clear and reassuring manner that is easily understood. Social stories are used to teach particular social skill
Do you have a student who picks things up off of the floor and eats them? This social story explains why you should not eat things off of the floor and what can be done instead.
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A great, simple social story to teach students the skills to eating at a restaurant. Uses simple words and images to teach the routines and expectations of going out to eat. Great for children with special needs or young children who are going out for the first few times.
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Students can struggle with expected behaviors in the cafeteria. Use this resource to teach, practice, and reinforce appropriate cafeteria behaviors.This product includes:- Social Story and Questions- Teaching Social Skills Poster- 6 Problem Solving Scenarios- Expected and Unexpected Behavior Sort- T
I had to develop this social story for a student that would eat out of the garbage can and try to grab food from other students. It could be adapted to meet the unique needs of any student.
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PreK - 3rd
Now available for over 50% off in my "Transition Age Students' Social Stories Bundle," I'm Growing Up - Dating Overview - Eating At A Restaurant (CBI) Community Based Instruction for young adult students with Autism/ID/CP/DHH/VI/ETC.. Fully editable! All photos (and or clipart) are public domain. 12
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
Social story explaining the procedure at school lunch times. It covers lining up in the dining hall, getting your food, eating with a knife and fork, drinking water and clearing up after yourself.The point of a social story is to use a patient and reassuring tone to teach children about social situ
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A short 1-page social story for individuals who eat quickly.
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There is both a printable social story and digital story provided for each story. The printable story can be printed, cut, laminated and bound and kept on your bookshelf. The digital copy can be used on both the iPad and computer. Interactive Stories:-cut out each page and divide into two pages, exc
This story is intended for use at home with a child who is a picky eater or had a limited range of prefered foods due to other factors (e.g. the kids on the spectrum have limited food preferences and are very sensitive to food texture). It is strongly recommended to be used in conjunction with Why D
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If your child struggles with the behavior of eating other people's food, be sure to read over this social story with your child 1-3 times a week and see a radical change in behavior. This cute story includes comprehension questions and answers.
Thank you for your interest in our Social Story For Eating Boogers! For best use: print, laminate and review with your student daily....OR send out as a digital resource! This social story is available as a PDF download and editable in Google or Powerpoint!Our Single Sheet Social Stories provide:A s

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