A social story on the rule of not hurting others: special education, social skills, behavior management, autism, language delay, ADHD, emotional disability, inclusion.
Social stories help children who struggle with a variety of behaviors. They are short stories with visuals and pictures designed to help children learn how to behave appropriately in a specific situation. The stories can be used before or after an event and/or read with a student on a daily basis. Social stories can be used when developing a behavior intervention plan that targets specific challenging behaviors for a student.
This social story focuses on the rule of not hurting others. This social story talks about our emotions of anger and frustration and why we can’t take out our feelings on others by hurting them (kicking, hitting, throwing things). The story then gives suggestions on how a child can manage his or her feelings of anger and frustration (asking a teacher for help, counting to 10, taking a walk, taking a break). The story ends by highlighting how the student, his teacher, and friends respond when everyone is calm.
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