Social Stories: Standing in line Autism SEN FREEBIE

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Social Stories: Social Stories were created by Carol Gray in 1991 to help teach social skills to people on the autism spectrum. They are short descriptions of a particular situation, event or activity, which include specific information about what to expect in that situation and why.

This bundle covers the emotions that can occur when children stand in a line.

Great for children who need to work on understanding different emotions especially when other people are expressing them.

I use this in my class for 5 / 6 year olds and with KS2 children in a Special Needs Unit.

Children with Autism benefit greatly from this pack. I use this one at the beginning of the year or when the children are struggling with standing in a line.

Inside the pack there is a variety of activities to ensure that the pupils enjoy learning about different emotions.

For the older child - they can read the social story, for the younger child - the parent/ teacher can read the story to the child.

The bundle is designed to help young children understand and express feelings and emotions.

Identify emotions - children should be encouraged to look at facial features and body language to work out the emotion.

Two booklets and 2 posters.

Standing in line

Cutting in line

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11 pages
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