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We Need To Be Respectful Of Our Hearing Impaired Friends (A Social Story)

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Social Skills are so important!
Calling all Special Education teachers, Speech Therapists, Regular Education teachers, School Counselors, and Inclusive Classroom teachers! These Social Stories are perfect for reinforcing appropriate social skills in regular education students, students with autism, and students with ADHD. Classroom Management will become a breeze with the addition of these books to your Elementary Education Curriculum!
We Need To Be Respectful Of Our Hearing Impaired Friends (A Social Story About Appropriate Behaviors To Help Make Our Hearing Impaired Classmates Feel Welcome) is a great way to help students understand their hearing impaired peers. This book explains what hearing loss is, how hearing loss is treated, and addresses ways to make communication in the classroom easier, in simple kid language! This product can be printed out or projected onto the SmartBoard, and includes multiple ideas for use in the classroom, including large group, small group, and individual instruction.
**I have included a version of the story using the wording Our Friends with Hearing Loss by request.
Check my TPT store for other Social Stories in this series!
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