Social stories are a great way to help students with social language needs learn how to act appropriately during important daily skills.
This social story addresses going to a sit-down restaurant. It teaches students the appropriate way to act before, during, and after a meal. It focuses on waiting patiently and how to interact with the server. This story is accompanied with pictures to help describe and explain the story to low or non readers.
**Just added** 3 question quiz with picture supports to test your students' comprehension at the end of the social story.
Print out, hole punch, and keep in a binder with other social stories to make a weekly class discussion. This also works great with a small group or with a student one-on-one.