This item includes a social story focused on Going to an Assembly. The highlights of what it teaches are: a brief statement as to why we may have an assembly, descriptions of the steps to follow in going to an assembly, as well as the expectations of sitting and doing good listening during the assembly.
This document also contains two associated smaller visual supports that can be used by the student during the assembly and/or to be sent home for parents to review with student. They are a shortened version of the social story broken down into 4 steps.
This is geared more towards students in Pre-K through 5th grade, however depending on the cognitive level of the student, it may be appropriate for older ages. While this was originally designed for students with special needs, I have had many teachers request a copy to use - especially for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grades - as they have found it to be extremely helpful for teaching this to all the children in their class.
While the total pages of this entire document is 4, the social story itself is only 1 page with an additional page that contains both of the smaller shortened accompanying visuals.
Thank you for considering this product!
*** Product Statement ***
In opening this store, I did a lot of research to ensure that the use of any graphics, clip art, pictures, etc. in my products would not violate any sort of copyright infringement and/or licensing regulations. With that being said, this is the reason that for social stories, visuals, etc. being sold in my store, you will not see me using any Boardmaker images. While Boardmaker is a wonderful tool, their policy regarding selling products using their icons is too unclear for my comfort. In contacting them directly, multiple times, I received varying responses as to what their policy specifically is. In addition, I do not personally own a copy of Boardmaker. The only access I have ever had to Boardmaker, has been through my employers. There are very specific federal licensing and piracy laws that specifically address it being illegal to use software purchased by your employer for any sort of personal use, gain, and/or profit. I do understand that many people like their visuals, social stories, etc. icons to be consistent with Boardmaker as that is the most widely used PCS (picture communication symbols) however due to all of the above, I have done my best in the materials I have created to find icons/pictures that are similar or as close to Boardmaker images as possible. While they may not be the exact same, I do think the icons/pictures I use are still of great quality. Since I am not an attorney, nor do I ever want to have to hire one over concerns about copyright infringement, licensing, and/or piracy violations - protecting myself by using images that are royalty-free is the safest choice for me.