This social story talks about having a substitute teacher.
I read this story to my students before I go to a conference, seminar, or take a personal day. I also keep a copy in my sub plans in case of an unplanned absence. This way, the
This social story was designed for a student who wants to kiss others at school. It discusses other, more appropriate ways to show someone you care and explains the difference between kissing our family and our friends at school.
My students are obsessed with this social story. I have even incorporated it into many behavior plans. I find myself using this phrase ALLL the time in my room when I tell students no...and it actually works!
I'm trying something new! Each night I have my parents complete a paper about the activities, meals, entertainment, and fun their child had at home. This way, we can have more meaningful conversations with their children throughout the school
This is a social story about recess. Many of my students do not like recess because it is a sensory overload. This story teaches them why we have recess, what to do at recess, how to interact with others, and how recess ends.
This is an adapted version of a Summary Assistant. Students use this paper to answer typical grade level questions. Who, what, when, where, why, and how
I typically use this sheet during Guided Reading but it is also effective for Social
This sheet assists my students in creating accurate descriptive sentences. It contains 3 columns...
1. The first asks a question...(person, place, thing, animal) (what does it do) ect
2. In the second column students write their answers
Students are given a description of an occupation and asked to select the appropriate choice. Multiple sheets of the picture page will need to be printed to provide enough 'incorrect' selections for each page :)