This illustrated story for elementary-aged students focuses on helping them share with others. t is useful as part of an overall behavior support plan and to share information about appropriate behavior. I have used it successfully with whole classes in which sharing was a problem as well as with individual students from preschool through second grade. It includes perspective statements to help students understand how others see them when they don't share and coping strategies for when they don't want to share (replacement behaviors).
A social narrative is a version of a social story™ , originally developed by Carol Gray, to support students with autism. They are very useful for helping individuals on the autism spectrum to understand others’ perspective, share information about new or problematic situations, and provide coping strategies for maintaining appropriate behavior and social responses. Please download the preview for an overall view of the story elements.
Graphics provided by Scrappin Doodles
and Mayer Johnson's Boardmaker program
Sharing With My Friends: A Social Narrative (for students with autism)
by Christine Reeve
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License