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Social Story: Behavior for My School Day

Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
Social Story: Behavior for My School Day
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An 18-page social story to help students through everyday behaviors, school activities, and social skills. Designed to help students with autism, anxiety, sensory disorders, OCD, and any student who struggles with day to day social interactions.

Story Goal:
To calm students down and help them work through everyday social interactions.

Story Elements:
- Written in first person, so students can read it imagining themselves in these situations
- The statement “It will be okay” is repeated on almost every page
- Written in short sentences, with illustrations, to help readers of various levels

Page Breakdown:
1. Meeting New People
2. Fist Bumps (for students uncomfortable with handshakes)
3. Giving Others Space
4. Noise (Dealing with sensory issues)
5. The Lunchroom
6. Playing Games (Being a good winner/loser)
7. Dealing with anger
8. Asking Questions
9. Missing Out (Leaving the group)
10. Encouraging Others
11. Keep Trying (When learning is difficult/confusing)
12. Sneezing/Coughing (Using tissue/covering mouth. Also, what to do when you see someone else sneeze/cough, for students with a fear of germs)
13. Fixing Things (When things aren't straight or are out of order. For students with OCD).
14. Running Out of Time (When things aren't finished, taking home/working on next day.)
15. Playing Together (Sharing, finding people to play with)
16. What does sad look like? (Identifying sadness, helping friends who are sad)
17. Girl: My name is _____ ("It's going to be a great day" statement, picture of girl for student to color to look like herself, place for student to put interests)
18. Boy: My name is _____ ("It's going to be a great day" statement, picture of boy for student to color to look like himself, place for student to put interests)

The story can be printed out and given to students to use in the classroom and also to take home, so they can read it with their parents. This also means that if there is a page you don't want included, you can just leave it out. I hope this helps! Thank you! :)

If you liked this, please check out my other work. Here are two products I'm particularly proud of:

Autumn Writing Prompts
How to Write a Biography Introduction

Reviews are so, so appreciated! Thank you for rating and reviewing! :)
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18 pages
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