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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support and help to understand what behaviours are appropriate with their hands.
Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page.
Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale.
Pages included are;
♦ These are my hands. I have two hands and ten fingers. Hands are very special.
♦ Hold your hands out and give them a shake, wiggle those fingers and clap twice.
♦ Hands are for clapping. I like to clap when my friends have done a good job!
♦ Hands are for shaking. When you meet someone new, you shake their hand.
♦ Hands are for waving. I wave goodbye to my mum when I go to school.
♦ Hands are for eating. I use my hands to eat my food with my knife and fork.
♦ Hands are for catching. I like to play catch with my friends.
♦ Hands are for hugging. I like to give my dad a big hug when I see him after school.
♦ Hands are for playing. I like to play with my toys.
♦ Hands are for helping. I wash the dishes to help my mum and dad.
♦ Hands are for holding. I hold the lead tight when I take my dog for a walk.
♦ Hands are for praying. I hold my hands together when we see our prayer for food.
♦ Hands are for washing. I have to wash my hands, especially when I’ve been playing outside.
♦ Hands are for baking. I like to bake cakes with my mum.
♦ Hands are for drawing. I like to draw pictures of dinosaurs.
♦ Hands are for fixing. I watch my dad when he fixes vehicles from the farm.
♦ Hands are for picking. I like it when we go apple picking.
♦ Hands are for driving. I have to be careful when I drive my bike.
♦ Hands are for mixing. I have to mix all the ingredients together to make a cake.
♦ Hands are for cleaning. I use the mop to clean our bathroom floor.
♦ Hands are for feeding. I feed our horse, Benni.
♦ Hands are for folding. I fold my clothes after they have been washed.
♦ Hands are for making beds. I make my bed every morning, making it nice and tidy.
♦ Hands are for ironing. I iron my clothes.
♦ Hands are for gardening. I help to pull out all the weeds.
♦ Hands are for shovelling. I use a shovel to move the snow in the winter.
♦ My hands are kind. Are yours?
★★ This resource is part of my Growing Bundle of Social Stories. The bundle is constantly growing and contains a wide variety of different social stories to use with your students/children. For more information, view it here.★★
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