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❤ These social stories were created to assist children on the autism spectrum, in inclusive classrooms, in special education, as well as the primary educational setting. Social Stories are visual guides to describe interactions, situations, behaviors, skills or concepts. These stories were designed as positive behavior supports to assist students in determining unacceptable behavior and providing acceptable replacement behaviors. In addition, these stories assist with easing anxiety and lowering stress levels. This set includes three social skills stories:
❤ ”Sometimes I Don’t Get What I Want”
– This story targets unacceptable behaviors when a student is fixated on a particular item or simply unable to have what they want exactly when they want it.
❤ “Nice Hands"
– This story directly targets students who tend to express frustration by physical outbursts (i.e., hitting, biting, pinching, head-butting, etc.), and provides acceptable response options.
❤ “Unexpected Things Happen”
– This story targets the stress that many students with autism experience when schedule changes occur, which can result in unacceptable behaviors. This story provides replacement behaviors, as well as assisting children through transition difficulties by thinking about things that are similar.
❤ Student response cards are also included for all three social skills stories, which will aid nonverbal or students with limited verbalizations to INDEPENDENTLY
communicate their individual response to each situation.
❤❤❤❤ This item is also part of the money saving Mega Bundle AAC ULTIMATE Visual, Social, Communication, and Behavior Supports Mega Bundle
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