Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism or Special Needs

Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
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11.56 MB   |   10 pages

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❤ This social story was created to assist children on the autism spectrum, in inclusive classrooms, in special education, as well as the primary educational setting. Social Stories are a visual guide to describe interactions, situations, behaviors, skills or concepts. This story was designed to help ease anxiety and stress that can be associated with going to the cafeteria, and facilitate appropriate responses.

What’s Included:

Two Print Options:
❤ Single Page
❤ 3-page (2 per printed page)

6 Student Cards Included:
❤ Raise hand for help
❤ Ask classmate for help
❤ Sit Quietly
❤ Listen to lunch assistants
❤ Stay seated
❤ Talk nicely to friends



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BoardMaker Symbols:
Mayer-Johnson
2100 Wharton Street
Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: 1 (800) 588-4548
Fax: 1 (866) 585-6260
Email: mayer-johnson.usa@mayer-johnson.com
Web site: www.mayer-johnson.co
Total Pages
10
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A

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Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o
Social Skills Story "Lunchtime" for Children with Autism o