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This social story was created to teach expected behaviors and socially appropriate expectations within the classroom. This particular social story is used to teach students how to request a bathroom break and/or provide scripted phrases for the student to use to let adults know that the bathroom is needed. The story is 13 pages long, with embedded sentence strips to use as modeled phrases or a carrier phrase. Also attached are a variety of sentence strips you can laminate and cut out to teach a variety of requests depending on the student's verbal abilities and/or age level. The sentence strips can be used as a supplement to the phrases in the book, as a visual reminder on the student's desk/classroom door, or as picture exchange. I've used this story with some of my young CI students who are learning to request permission and/or are currently potty training. I have also used this with some of my older ASD students who needed to work on asking permission, rather than walking out of the room and/or recognizing the appropriateness in when to use the bathroom. Either way, it may be most helpful for the young ones. I hope you find it helpful too!
To use the book:
Print out the pages and sort by page number in the bottom right hand corner. You can choose to laminate or place in page protectors if you'd like. I just ended up binding mine together.
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