Often kids are very insightful when someone teases them. They are the first to say, "Sam is teasing me!" Then 2 minutes later they are teasing someone in a very similar manner, not making the connection that this is teasing too, so that it hurts feelings or just because they think it is funny does not mean the other person does too. This social story on teasing focuses on name calling - specifically changing someone's name to be funny. It is interactive with fun sound buttons. The lesson also contains perspective taking concepts and practice exercises on what to do if you are teased. The end has a graphic organizer lesson to show perspectives when a child teases someone and someone teases them. Very powerful and well received by higher functioning kids lacking in social nuances. Great for kids on the autism spectrum.