This social story is a great read
for students who may need some support and help when trying new foods. This social story will hopefully help them understand the importance of trying new foods and how it may make them feel.
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;
♦ Sometimes, I like to eat the same thing because I know I like it.
♦ Sometimes, someone might offer me something new to try.
♦ If I haven’t tried it before, I might not be sure on tasting it.
♦ I could smell the new food first. This is ok.
♦ If I don’t want to bite the food yet, I can lick it. This is ok.
♦ If licking the food was ok, I can try biting a small piece of the food. This is ok.
♦ If I don’t like the new food, I don’t have to have anymore.
♦ If I like the new food, I could ask for some more.
♦ Trying new foods is really good and everyone will be proud of me.
♦ Trying new foods might make me feel nervous and scared, this is ok.
♦ Eating healthy foods is good for me and my body.
♦ Eating too much of the same food is not good for me.
♦ I should try to eat lots of different foods for my body to feel good.
★★ 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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