Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"

Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"
Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"
Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"
Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"
Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"
Social Story "Why Not To Blurt"
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Sometimes I want to say things very badly and it feels like I have to say it RIGHT that second. It’s important to control myself and wait until the other person is finished talking. People will pay MORE attention to me if I wait my turn. I have to be especially careful not to blurt things out and interrupt when it’s circle time or when a teacher is giving a lesson because they wouldn’t want me to change the subject. When I interrupt, it makes people very mad. I don’t like it when someone interrupts ME! Sometimes when I say “excuse me” I have to wait a minute because “excuse me” is only asking permission to interrupt. If I wait patiently, I can STILL tell them later and everyone will pay more attention to me.
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