-------7 Social Stories! A Bundle of Social Stories for Autism Units or Early Elementary------
Are your students struggling with appropriate social interactions? Social Stories are the way to use repeated exposure to improve social skills.
Social Stories from NoodleNook
provides the perfect narrative to work from as you build better social skills. It is the greatest tool for your toolbox. And don’t forget, each book comes with and activity and supporting visual icons to review the story at the end… perfect for nonverbal students or students who struggle with verbalization!
This bundle will allow you to work with students on:
--> FINDING LOVE
and not loving the school staff
--> I HAVE A SUBSTITUTE
so we can behave when our teacher is away
--> IT’S OKAY TO GET UPSET
so we can deal with our feelings better
--> I WASH MY HANDS
for better hygiene
--> LOUD NOISES
to better cope with noises
--> KEEP MY HANDS TO MYSELF
to use proper social skills with others
--> USING THE PUBLIC RESTROOM
to navigate public bathroom better
-- Check out each book for preview images and more on the individual stories.
Each book has 2 comprehension questions with 6 picture icons for sorting or oral comprehension visual supports!
And don’t forget, you can print the book with one sheet on a page for a large book, two sheets on a page for a smaller version or 4 sheets on a page for a personal sized book students can reference throughout their day!
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