Social Story Set for Using Manners to Get Along in School Groups for Students with Autism
Many students face social challenges when participating in school and other common social settings. Discuss how to get along with others easily by reading detailed social stories that focus on working in groups, sharing and turning taking and learning how to control yourself. Social norms and manners are discussed throughout all of the books. This set of five social stories
includes 8 ½” * 11” books including
♦ Control Your Inner Monologue (12 pages)
♦ Control Your Outer Actions (21 pages)
♦ Sharing and Taking Turns (19 pages)
♦ What to do During Circle Time (11 pages)
♦ Working in Groups (19 pages)
I have used these stories in the classroom and sent copies home to parents of students who need them. A social story is the perfect tool to explain delicate issues to individuals with autism. Many students have difficulty learning what actions are okay to do around others at school and in groups. These narratives will help explain appropriate actions when playing, working, or other typical social situations.
Great for any child including those with
• Autism (ASD)
• Emotional Disorder (ED)
• Language Impairment
• Downs Syndrome
Like this item? Check out my Complete Social Stories Bundle that includes these social stories and many more by clicking here to see Social Story MEGA Set: G-R-O-W-I-N-G BUNDLE for Autism Special Needs.
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