Understanding and following rules are a vital piece to the puzzle for school success. Well managed classrooms clearly define the rules and create a conducive environment for all students to learn. To create such a classroom, use social stories as a way to explain common issues and social rules that are found within all schools. Many of the individuals I’ve had the privilege of working with have had difficulties understanding and accepting social norms for “basic” classroom rules. These stories could be taught in whole group, small group, or one-on-one instruction. All students including typical peers and students with disabilities can greatly benefit from the narratives included. Teachers will also find they benefit as clearly defined rules decrease stress for all. This set of stories is most useful for those in early childhood and elementary school. Use the detailed stories explain and implement strategies for academic and social success. This set of five social stories includes 8 ½” * 11” books including
☺ Controlling Your Noise (19 pages)
☺ Volume and Noise Monitor Posters (11 pages)
☺ Following the Rules (11 pages)
☺ Lining Up (17 pages)
☺ Raising Your Hand (17 pages)
☺ Waiting (12 pages)
I use these stories in the classroom and have sent copies home to parents of students who need them. A social story is the perfect tool to explain critical issues to individuals with autism. Many students have difficulty learning routines and expectations at school and in groups. These narratives will help explain appropriate actions in educational settings.
Great for any child including those with
• Autism (ASD)
• Early Childhood
• Emotional Disorder (ED)
• Language Impairment
• Downs Syndrome
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