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The cafeteria can be a stressful place for students with special needs. The noise levels are high, there is much less structure than in the classroom, and the students have many choices to make. A lot of preparation must go into having a smooth lunch. This resource includes:

*Reflective Planning Questions
*Lunch Information Letter for Parents
*Cafeteria Lunch Option Visuals for Students
*Student Lunch Schedule (for certain students with restrictions)
*Lunch Seating Chart
*Lunch Time Social Narrative

*This is a fillable PDF document.

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