Social story for fire drills teaches appropriate ways to behave during a school fire drill. It is for use with children that have difficulty with ﬁre drills and helping them learn appropriate replacement behaviors to use during fire drills in place of crying, screaming or running away. Each story comes with visual schedule cards/prompts that can be found as freebies in my store.
There are 4 sets of interchangeable pages for this social story giving you options such as the appearance of the teachers and more or less decorations on the page to help with distractibility.
Directions and Use:
Choose the interchangeable pages you would like to include in YOUR book. Print and laminate the pages. You could put the pages in sheet protectors and store in a 3 ring binder, or bind with your preferred method such as spirals, binder clips or staples.
Use of Social Stories
This story and the accompanying visual schedule pieces and Fire Drill Steps poster (available at my TPT store at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fire-Drill-Visuals-and-Schedules-737512
Prior to implementation of a new social story, be sure to communicate the new task being taught to all the people involved in your student’s program. Provide a copy or share the steps of the task being taught in the story to those professionals working with the targeted student so everyone is approaching the task in the same manner.
Introduce the book to the student as you would other literary selections (i.e. look at the cover, discuss it, look at the pictures. Adapt as necessary for your student.
Many thanks to all the wonderful people for the fantastic clip art included in this pack. Please be sure to check out their stores.