Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements

Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
Appropriate Ways to Express When You Feel Mad; Thought Bubbles & "I" Statements
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Kids often want to blame others for their feelings. In reality, it is a thought that causes a feeling. Learning to use "I" statements help kids understand they are responsible for their own feelings. This social story gives several common examples of when how to use an "I" statement, such as when you feel mad, confused or left out. Great for use with students on the autism spectrum.
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30 minutes
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