Social Skills are so important! Calling all Special Education teachers, Speech Therapists, Regular Education teachers, School Counselors, and Inclusive Classroom teachers! These Social Stories are perfect for reinforcing appropriate social skills in regular education students, students with autism, and students with ADHD. Classroom Management will become a breeze with the addition of these books to your Elementary Education Curriculum!
Do I Really Need To Go To The Nurse? (A Social Story About How To Decide When A Trip To The Nurse Is Needed) is a great way to help students handle the difficult decision of when to ask to go to the nurse and when to stay in class. This book addresses not only some reasons when it is necessary to visit the nurse and when it is not, but also reasons why it is important to limit trips to the Nurse’s Office. This product can be printed out or projected onto the SmartBoard. So many students today lack the skills and understanding of what is expected of them when they are faced with social situations, and social stories provide instruction on how to handle those situations in positive, appropriate ways. Social stories are especially useful for students with autism and behavioral disorders, but all students can benefit from their use. Do I Really Need To Go To The Nurse? is written in simple “kid language” to help students easily comprehend and retain what is expected of them. It is a great way to get little ones to understand the way our school society works! This product includes multiple ideas for use in the classroom, including large group, small group, and individual instruction.
BONUS: Symptom Checker sign for classroom!