------- Social Stories- Using the Public Restroom -------
Social Stories are a MUST HAVE in your classroom- they are the perfect way to address behaviors, teach appropriate social behaviors, and model replacement behaviors. Add this to your classroom today to start good instruction on appropriate social skills with social stories!
can be used in the classroom as an instructional tool to discuss behaviors with a student. This book addresses restroom skills including locking the stall door, pulling up pants before exiting, and not going in the stall with others. It also comes with a pass system to train how to limit the number of trips a student takes in a class period!
Each book comes with the following:
--> 10-16 Pages of Book Copy
--> 2 Comprehension Questions (can be done as a sorting task)
--> 6 Picture Response Cards for Comprehension Questions
ALSO: Comes with a guide and visuals to implement bathroom pass system and also fade it to reinforce targeted behavior as well as corresponding pages in the social story.
With several books available, you can address specific behaviors or deliver instruction to all yours students as general social instruction. You may also like these Social Stories:
I Work at School
I Have a Substitute
I Wash My Hands
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