Social Story: Hands Aren’t for Mouths
Social Stories are a MUST HAVE in your classroom- they are the perfect way to address behaviors, teach appropriate social behaviors, and model replacement behaviors. Add this to your classroom today to start good instruction on appropriate social skills with social stories!
can be used in the classroom as an instructional tool to discuss behaviors with a student. This book addresses appropriate behavior instead of putting hands in your mouth by teaching the replacement behaviors including squish balls, fidgets, or chewelry.
This book comes with the following:
--> 14 Pages of Book Copy
--> 2 Comprehension Questions (can be done as a sorting task)
--> 6 Picture Response Cards for Comprehension Questions
With several books available, you can address specific behaviors in your classroom. These are also great for general social skills instruction to all your students! Check out these Social Stories:
I Have a Substitute
I Need Help
Teachers Are Not Friends
Using the Public Restroom
Keep My Hands to Myself
It’s Okay to Get Upset
I Work at School
I Wash My Hands
I Have a Substitute
Okay Not to Win
Staying on Topic
And SAVE when you BUNDLE!
3 Book Bundle: Asking Politely, Okay to Get Upset & Hands to Self
3 MORE Story Bundle: Substitute, Work at School & Wash Hands
Bundle- 3 Books: Loud Noises, Not Winning & Staying on Topic
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