Asking For Help - Social Skills Story and Activities for 3rd-5th

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Socially Skilled Kids
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I love the flow chart activity and the different options included. It helps my students visualize the process for identifying the problem and solutions.
My student enjoyed working in the resource and was receptive to learning how to better ask for help and not feel badly about it!
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Do you have students who struggle to ask for help when they need it? This story will help children who have a difficult time asking teachers for help. The story discusses when one may need to ask for help and how to do it.

Social Skills Stories target a specific social skill and are a great way to teach children who have social learning challenges. These important skills are broken down into small, manageable chunks so that children can better learn and practice an identified, social concept, such as; asking for help.

Social Skills Stories & Activities use explicit language that helps children understand what they should or should not do in a given situation.

After reading/listening to the story, the students will write in their ideas about when they may need help, strategies they can use, and who may be able to help them, further reinforcing the skills learned.

As with all of my products, I am more than happy to modify this story for you. Perhaps you would like a child's name in the story, or a photo, the name of the child's school, or teacher? Just contact me in the Q and A section and let me know what you would like!

❤️❤️❤️ What Teachers Are Saying About This Product:

"This was so great!! My students enjoyed having their own copy to color!!" -Emily

"I work in a social/emotional classroom and this went along with a social skills program we have. We had a great discussion around it and it was able to deepen and extend the lessons we had in our existing program. Thanks." -Michael

"Perfect for several of my students with autism who don't speak up if they don't understand!" -Mrs. Speech

Included Please Find: 65 Pages

> Story: Color Story, Great For The Classroom

> Coloring Book Companion: Black And White Story, Great To Give To Your Students To Keep And To Color In As You Read and/or To Bring Home For Generalization

> Skill Builder 1: Student Worksheet {1 color, 1 black & white} Can be used in 3 ways.

> Skill Builder 2: 16 "Asking For Help" Role Play Cards

> Skill Builder Visual Supports 3: Desk Top Strips: Asking For Help Behaviors, 1 for boys and 1 for girls

Desk Top Strips: The Steps For Asking For Help,1 for boys and 1 for girls

> Visuals Set 2:

The 5 Steps For Asking For Help

The 5 Behaviors For Asking For Help

> Animated PowerPoint Story & Skill Builder {Great For Distance Learning!}

❤️ Clip Art Credit

Detailed Instructions For Use

Invitation To The Teacher's Lounge {Free, Weekly Social Skills Resources}

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