Social Scripts and Stories

Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
Social Scripts and Stories
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Product Description
This includes 16 printable social scripts for children with social difficulties in the elementary setting. Topics include asking for help, recess, paying attention, working with partners, morning work, and more. These can be used for grades 2-6. These can be implemented by the classroom teacher, special education teacher, paraprofessional, or other support professional.

How to Use
Social scripts are a great way for children to learn routines and how to handle specific situations. They are particularly helpful for children with autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and other students with special needs (Special Education).

In order to teach a particular skill or routine, first read the script with the child. Let them know that this is a way to help them during the situation. Let them ask you questions and become involved in the solution. After first reading the script with the child, then the student should read the script to him/herself immediately before the situation described in the social script. For example, have the child read the Recess script just before recess every day. This allows students to become more independent and prompt themselves to make positive choices before challenging situations.

Table of Contents
Getting Upset
Asking for Help
Working on My Own
Changing Activities (Transitions)
Going on the Bus
Riding the Bus
Paying Attention
Working with Partners
Morning Work
Eating Lunch
Wanting to Play
Inviting Others to Play
Saying Good Morning
When My Schedule Changes
Having a Substitute Teacher

Both color and black/white options are included. A printable student binder page is also included.

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Bundle includes over 350 pages focusing on teaching, discussing and practicing social skills. Includes 80 social skills task cards, social scripts, perspective-taking practice, social cue cards, and over 30 lessons with student worksheets.

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Disclaimer: These resources and materials are for supplementary support/education purposes and not intended as a replacement for counseling, education, or other necessary supports. Educators, parents, counselors, and others who utilize these materials are encouraged to seek out additional support, as needed.

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37 pages
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