I hear from parents frequently that keeping their child with autism or other developmental delays safe in a street or parking lot can be a challenge. I hope this social story will help! It uses child-friendly language and engaging graphics to teach what behaviors are expected around traffic to keep us safe. Parents can use it with their children or teachers can use it as part of a transportation or safety unit.
Real photographs: parking lot and crossing the street
2 pages: color task cards/visual reminders for crossing street and parking lot safety.
2 pages: draw yourself being safe in parking lot and crossing street,
2 pages: draw and write expected and unexpected behaviors while crossing street
2 pages: draw and write expected and unexpected behaviors in a parking lot.
Please note: this story is written for a child in preschool or kindergarten or a child that is functioning close to a pre-k or kindergarten level. It may also be appropriate for early elementary students having difficulties being safe around traffic. It emphasizes that the child should be near an adult and not cross/enter the parking lot until the adult says it is safe.
You will receive 9 pages of the teaching story in color and 9 pages of the same story in black and white. Bonus: extension activity and task cards for crossing the street and parking lot safety.
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Copyright: 2014: Donna R. Miazga Revised 4/2018