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Do your social skills students need a little help making new friends? Are you struggling to figure out how to teach this complicated skill? I can help you! This social story activity strategically breaks down the friend making process into 8 easy to understand steps. Then, students use the companion
Saying Hello Social Story contains material specifically designed for students with special learning needs, especially autism. This social story addresses how to say hello in a simplified but rigorous way for students with diverse learning needs to make meaningful and authentic connections to the m
This bright and picture-based story helps explain the social cue of greeting others. This is a great resource to use daily.
Social Story (Autism) - Special Education - Saying Hello and Making ConversationPrintable to use in the classroom or at home! Great back to school resource or use throughout the year!Perfect for kids with Autism(ASD) and other learning disabilities! Works great for preschoolers&elementary age ki
Social story to use with students with communication/social skill deficits. Addresses how to initiate/respond to greetings in social situations using Boardmaker pictures.
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Saying hello to friends, family and other people is an important part of everyday communication. My daughter had troubles with this, especially using eye contact at the same time, so I created this approach to help her overcome this. It wasn’t easy at first but we persisted and I maintained my expec
A quick social story to help students learn how to say hello! Great for introducing students to greetings! Perfect for special education classrooms! Thank you! Enjoy! :)
This is a social story designed to teach a student that needs to work on social goals alternative ways to say "hello". Just print, laminate, bind, and you are good to go! This is great for teaching social skills and working on specific goals with children with autism or intellectual disabilities.
A social story designed for those with intellectual disabilities and those on the Autism Spectrum, this story gives readers a look at appropriate ways to approach another person or how to say hello. Teachers can use role playing after reading the story as a class to summarize or show understandin
[ D E T A I L S ] ------------------------------------------- This is a great social story which teaches children good manners: when and how they should say Hello and Good-Bye. Addresses communication skill and social skills. • 1 file saved in PDF format • A 5 page story book • Make sure 'fit to p
Rusty the Greyhound: saying hello to friends - social behavior storyWhen we don’t say “hi” to our friends, it’s easy for them to think that we’re mad or upset with them. Rusty’s mom encourages him to say “hi” at the playground - as soon as he does, his friends ask if he wants to play with them and t
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Grades:
PreK - 2nd
Escape Room: Greetings: Saying Hello - Social Skills Behavior Story - SELThis behavior Game is based on the Greetings: Saying Hello to Friendsbehavior story in the Adventures of Rusty the Greyhound Behavior Stories series. Greetings make people feel happy and acknowledged. When we don’t say “hi” to
Does your autistic child have issues repeating "hello" in any given interaction? Going over this social story once a day with your child will help minimize this behavior.
Social Story (Autism) - Special Education - Saying Hello and Making ConversationSocial Story (Autism) - Special Education - Fire Alarms At SchoolTWO printables to use in the classroom or at home! Great back to school resource or use throughout the year!Two (2) of my TOP SELLING social stories in one
A Social Story for an learner who likes to grab people when saying hello. The story teaches substitute behaviors and highlights that touching and/or grabbing is not appropriate.

Also included in: Social Stories

Adapted social story to teach students how to greet others.
Grades:
PreK - 12th
This is a bundle of five resources that can be used in speech therapy for teens to work on a variety of social skills. It contains several different materials and activities to target conversation, including greetings, topic maintenance, responding to comments; repairing communication breakdowns; no
Grades:
8th - 12th, Adult Education
This social story teaches kids about how to greet others and includes:A definition of what a greeting isA reminder that it's polite to greet othersWhy we greet other peopleWritten scripts for how to greet peopleAlternative ways to greet peopleReminders about rules regarding voice volume, body positi
This product contains a mini 1 page social story about greeting people at school and two sets of visual choice cards for choosing a greeting. The first set is two pages (4 per page) and the second set is on one page and could be cut apart for any number of choices presented at a given time. The
These Health and Safety Posters and Social Story are perfect for Back to School this year! You can use this social story to help your students learn important health and hygiene habits. This social story titled Staying Healthy at School features children with diverse skin tones and abilities. You ca
Learn and practice the conversation skills to early job networking with acquaintances, friends, teacher's, and even strangers by using the 8 step conversation etiquette tool that teaches how to naturally ask others for career information, job opportunities, and a job reference. Excellent resource fo
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

Also included in: Social Skills BUNDLE

This mega bundle includes every social story for students with Autism in this store. Included are a wide range of themes such as hitting and keeping clothing on. These are PDF ebooks that can be used for in-person and online instruction. Books Included: I Have Autism and I Can Have A ConversationIt'
Social anxiety is the fear of talking to, interacting with, and making friends with others. Children with social anxiety worry that others will see them in a negative way. Unfortunately, this fear can make it difficult or impossible for children to take risks and develop a growth mindset. These 20 h
This is a social story for behavior expectations for lunchroom behavior and role playing as well as increasing verbal communication/interaction skills. This is a good way to role play appropriate verbal language skills/and behavior expectations to use in the lunchroom environment. It also provides

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