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This Social Story Unit, "We Use Kind Words," teaches students that mean words are not o.k. It also teaches ways to appropriately use kind words. This unit includes: 1 interactive adapted book, 20 task cards for practice and review, and 16 full color coping strategies posters (Visuals) that can be
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Students who cry as a way of solving their problems often are not equipped with other coping strategies to use. This social story is a great way to help those students navigate their emotions and learn how to deal with them appropriately. You Tube video and Google slides version with comprehension c
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SOCIAL STORIES are a great way to teach children specific skills that they are finding challenging. This is a story addressing those words and topics of conversation that some children just loooove to use, but they are not appropriate in school. I wrote this story for a student I had who really enjo
Using My Words: A Social Story is written to teach children how to use there words in many different types of social interactions. It can be hard for children to find the right words to say when they are shy, sad, or angry. This social story lays out many different scenarios they will encounter
This social story addresses using words in place of whining or crying. The story reminds students "I will not whine, I will not cry, I can use my words." It is a great tool for speech therapy lessons, use by guidance counselors or in life skills or autistic support classrooms. The story is effective
Teaching your student to use nice words. Using social stories is a strategy for reaching children with autism through stories that focus on daily skills and situations. The stories open a door for students with autism by helping them make sense of a challenging or confusing concept. The stories f
This product contains a Using My Words social narrative with a supplemental activity about using words to request what you want/need. It was designed for students with autism and is perfect to help all kids (especially those in enrolled in special education services) understand how essential using t
Hitting, kicking, biting, and hair pulling are methods kids use when they feel helpless or frustrated because they can’t figure out how to get what they need or want. Many times when a child hits, kicks, bites, or pulls hair they are not trying to be mean. They are trying to get control of the situa
This is a story that I wrote to teach my high school special education students about using kind words. The story has symbols above the words to support developing readers. The story also comes with three differentiated comprehension worksheets. All three worksheets ask the same six questions, but t
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SOCIAL STORIES are a great way to teach important skills to children who are struggling to understand a particular social concept such as using friendly words vs. hurtful words when speaking to others. Social stories use clear, concise language to break down information into small, explicit steps th
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Printable social narrative for younger and older students with Autism to teach appropriate behavior. Social Stories for general education and special ed students who need behavior strategies or improved social skills. Use scripting and modelling to improve behavior at school! This social story for b
Do you have a student that has difficulty expressing his wants/needs in an appropriate way? Use this social story to reinforce using words to express wants/needs instead of screaming.
This product is a social narrative about using your words. It was designed for students with autism and is perfect to help all kids (especially those in enrolled in special education services) understand how essential using their words is. This social narrative includes how to use your words, such
An introduction to Social Stories Social Stories were originally created in 1991 by Carol Gray, a Special Educator for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Children with ASD often have difficulty interpreting social cues and rules and one purpose of a Social Story is to describe a complet
Teaching your student to use nice words. Using social stories is a strategy for reaching children with autism through stories that focus on daily skills and situations. The stories open a door for students with autism by helping them make sense of a challenging or confusing concept. The stories f
This is a social story tailored for:1. Students who have communication difficulties (e.g., speech or other expressive language deficits; selective mutism, etc.) 2. Students who simply can't get their words out when they are overwhelmed or full of emotion.This social story validates the student's emo
This social story introduces the concept of using an I feel sentence to solve a problem. The story explains the 5 steps to use an I fell sentence and give rationales for each step. Each page of text is paired with visuals to help visual learners understand the skill. This social story also include
This is a social story meant to discourage yelling, and to encourage alternative behaviours, such as USING YOUR WORDS, to problem-solve and express feelings. It is in PDF format (8.5x11 inches), and so can be easily printed and laminated. It is presented in a simple, fun and visual format,and can be
Do you have a student that says mean things to their friends or talks back to the teacher? This social story illustrates "mean" words and "nice" words and how to use them. It explains what to say when you are mad and how to respond to a direction from your teacher.
Use this social story to help your child or student learn why using kind words is important. Read this story at home or school and practice strategies to support thinking before speaking. Written in kid-friendly language with photos to support text.
Social Story for students who use curse words or in appropriate language when they are angry. **I WILL CUSTOMIZE ANY SOCIAL STORY TO BE APPLICABLE TO YOUR CHILD OR STUDENT**PLEASE COMMENT BELOW AND I WILL GET BACK TO YOU AS SOON AS POSSIBLE**
This visual resource supports the teaching of 'no-hitting' for K/Gr.1 children or older kids with delayed language skills. The story is written with short phrases to minimize the language prerequisite for learning this important social skill. Children learn why hitting is not a good solution for fru
ASD learners need to be taught and shown how to communicate. Sometimes part of the teaching is giving them the words to say. This is a social story I use with my students who tend to struggle with communicating why they are upset/what they need.
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