Social Story Winning & Losing Book & Picture IconsThis social story is about winning and losing. Things to say when you win or lose a game.How others will feel if you get mad.This book also comes with a set of 6 Picture Icons.These are a great visual aid for children.Book is 8 1/2 x 11 with
Social stories are a wonderful resource for students with special needs! I teach a special needs kindergarten classroom and social stories have been so helpful for many inappropriate classroom behaviors!
I created this story because I had a need for a story that discusses appropriate behavior when
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 social story will help students to understand that sometimes they will win and sometimes they will lose, that it is ok to lose and that they shouldn't yell or be mean to the friends that they are playing with just because they lose a game.
Social stories are a great strategy to help with behav
Kayden can’t lose like a good sport and Wilma can’t win gracefully! Good sportsmanship is hard, especially for competitive children. In this social story, Coach teaches the kids how to be a good sport when winning AND losing. Whether playing a board game with friends, an activity in class, an organi
Looking for a way to teach important classroom behavior skills in an engaging and interactive way? Try interactive social stories! This set includes an interactive book and coordinating cue cards as well as a poster for functional classroom decor! This set is for teaching being a good sport when win
This is a social story about playing games and how it feels to win or lose. The social story tells the student that it feels bad to lose but it also offers suggestions for what to do. The story ends by telling the student to say, "That was fun!" and ask to play the game again.
Winning and losing can be challenging concepts to grasp for many children, and this often leads to dysregulation and inappropriate social reactions. This can be especially challenging for children with social difficulties or limited communication abilities.Children on the Autism Spectrum can often f
This social story is about being a good winner and a good loser. It is editable so that you can adapt it to your individual students.
Keywords: social stories, speech therapy, behavior, classroom management, special education, autism
Rusty the Greyhound: Good Sport: Win and Lose -Social Skills Behavior Story- SELWhen we play games, someone has to lose. And although this might not feel very nice, Rusty learns that it’s the taking part that counts! After all, when we try our best were guaranteed to have fun. We can also be happy f
This social story was designed for students who have difficulty accepting losing games or even winning games graciously. As we know, this social skill is vital for friendship and for a sense of wellbeing.The story has about 130 words, so it is aimed at children who have a basic level of literacy. Th
If you teach play skills to early learners and/ or students with autism or other disabilities, this resource is made for you! This is a one page social story geared toward teaching appropriate game playing behaviors such as taking turns and tolerating winning and losing games. Social stories are GRE
Social story for students with social-emotional or behavioral difficulties who may be competitive during games. Teaches expected/unexpected behaviors when playing a game, how to cope with losing, strategies, and perspective-taking.
Sporting assembly complete with script.Is Eddie the Eagle a loser?This assembly looks at the characteristics of a winner and questions our judgement about what makes a winner? Speaker notes are included in this teacher led assembly.The story of Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is told and we question wheth
PLAYING WITH A FRIEND AND WINNING & LOSING
I like playing games with my friends. I must remember that it doesn’t matter if I win or lose because we often play games together. I can’t win every time or it wouldn’t be fair. I won’t get upset if I lose a game. I will tell the winner “Great
An essential concept in teaching social skills to children - how to react to winning and losing a game. Explain to children in simple terms how to cope with and react to winning and losing in a socially appropriate manner.
I created this social story to teach good sportsmanship to my high school special education students. The story explains appropriate and polite behavior for when you win a game, and appropriate and polite behavior for when you lose a game. The story also comes with 3 sets of differentiated worksheet
This social story is made to be used when students will be participating in a game together.It talks about the teacher explaining the rules, and what to say if you win or lose.Visuals from Boardmaker and story written by me.Happy Teaching!
Winning and losing can be hard concepts for kids! This social story is perfect for introducing your students to dealing with competitive situations in socially acceptable ways! You Tube video and Google slides version with comprehension check page is included, along with a printable version!Click H
Understanding social situations and following society’s norms are a vital piece to the puzzle for school and life success. Well managed classrooms clearly define the rules and create a conducive environment for all students to learn. To create such a classroom, use social narratives as a way to ex
This bundle contains the following stories:1. My Circle of Control- Find it here.If you have a student who always gets mad over controlling things, people or situations at school, this story is perfect for you! "My Circle of Control" covers two of the most important environments in a child's life: s