This social story explains the dos and don'ts of going to the bathroom at school. It explains what students should do when they are taken to the bathroom by the teacher (walk quietly in the hallway, wait patiently for their turn, use the bathroom quickly so others can have a turn, flush, wash their hands, then come back out to their spot and wait for the teacher's instructions); it also explains what students should do when they go to the bathroom by themselves, as well as things they should never do (peek under other's stall doors, slam doors,lock other doors for fun, play with the toilet paper, go to the bathroom with the door open).
The story also teaches students what to do when they feel they need to go the bathroom in order to avoid unwanted accidents. Students are prompted to raise their hand and ask to use the restroom (verbal prompt is provided), or use either hand signals or the class restroom pass. These pages can be taken out if they don't reflect your class procedure for using the restroom without affecting the story, as the pages are not numbered.
The Spanish version is available here.
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