Kids have to learn not to blurt out in class. Some students get it right away - they realize they need to raise their hands and are ok if they do not get called on. However, there are other students who get angry or disappointed every time they do not get called on. This social story explains to students that teachers do not need to know that a student knows the answer EVERY time she asks a question. It explains this simply, addressing the fact that other students want to be called on too. It gives the student the understanding that it is ok just to know the answer and to be proud of that. Social Thinking terms of expected and unexpected, good and weird thoughts, are used. At the end, there are practice slides for students to keep their thoughts inside their head without getting angry. Great to use this before an interactive lesson for pre-teaching. Excellent for students with autism.