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- Are your elementary students struggling with separation anxiety, school refusal, truancy, or attendance concerns? Use this set of five resources to find what motivates your students, set attendance goals, establish routines at home, provide parents with tips to address separation anxiety, and create$14.40$16.00Save $1.60
Use this social narrative to support elementary students experiencing separation anxiety or school anxiety transition back to school with, "Going to School" social story. Use with Google Slides™, PowerPoint (PPTX), or print from a PDF. The narrative begins in the morning and identifies morning routines at home before school. It includes transportation (bus or car) to school, arriving, greeting the teacher, and seeing classmates. It addresses listening and following directions throughout the day and then going home at the end of the day. Many pages have variations so you can customize them to your student's needs.
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- 1-page PDF with forced copy link to 67-page Google Slides™ "Social Narrative - Going to School" presentation. Variations of different slides are included, with options for how to get to school (bus or car), which caregiver they miss (grownup, mom, dad, parents, or a blank line/text box to fill in), and teacher. See thumbnails for more detail.
Make sure to check out my Separation Anxiety Parent Handout FREEBIE!
This social story pairs well with my Student Interest Inventory Set to identify incentives to help motivate your student at school, as well as my School Counselor Newsletter and Intake Notes bundle for communicating with parents and families and keeping your counseling notes organized.
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