KEEPING CALM IN SCHOOL Social Story Coloring Book with positive behavior management self-calming strategies was created for students with AUTISM and Special Needs. This story and pictures focus on the beginning of the new school year.
With years of great success addressing many challenging behaviors from anxiety to physical aggression in both my K-2 self-contained autism classroom and inclusion classroom, I have found this series of Social Story Coloring Books to be lifesavers in preventing a meltdown. The KEEP CALM IN SCHOOL Social Story Coloring Book helps to PREVENT the negative behavior, before it even begins!
***PLEASE NOTE: The teacher images shown in this story depict a female.
SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT:
Given pre-taught self-calming strategies, STUDENT will access at least one of these strategies in order to maintain calm behavior within the classroom or school environment by demonstrating the ability to self-regulate his/her emotions by remaining calm or indicating to the teacher/adult that a break is requested, in 4 out of 5 occurrences, within a nine week period, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP Due Date).
PLEASE FOLLOW AUTISM EDUCATORS BY CLICKING ON THE STAR to be the first to know about upcoming promotions and sales, freebies and giveaways, and more fun stuff! AS ALWAYS, thank you for supporting our cause of autism awareness and education in the classroom. We donate a portion of all proceeds.
Thank you for your continued support and loyalty. We donate a portion of all proceeds to promoting autism awareness and acceptance in our educational system. Have a wonderful school year ahead!
Find us on PINTEREST by clicking here!
Find us on FACEBOOK by clicking here!
Find us on INSTAGRAM by clicking here!
© Copyright 2016 Autism Educators, Inc. (AutismEducators.com). All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser only. Copying for more than one teacher or classroom, or for an entire department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view, uploaded to school or district websites, distributed via email, or submitted to file sharing sites such as Amazon Inspire. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Intended for single classroom and personal use only.