Line cutting behavior is a very typical and common behavior in young and even in older children. It happens often, yet it is one of the things that will anger most people. This social story aims to explain the expected and unexpected behaviors of forming
a line and use perspective taking to show those who do cut in line what others might be thinking. We discuss what to do if someone cuts in line in front of you and what to do if someone stops in line. Additionally at the end are 4 worksheets, ideas for role plays, classroom poster, desk reminders and additional teacher resources to reinforce the
lesson. For best results, it is recommended to go over this lesson several times and periodically after that to do a refresher.