This is a social story pack with the following calming strategies:
1. When I get Frustrated
2. Thinking Positive Thoughts
3. Taking Deep Breaths
4. Squeezing a Ball
5. Reading a Book
6. Counting to Ten
7. Closing my Eyes
These social stories work
-banner spelling out "PEACE PLACE"
-take deep breaths
-count to ten
-sit in a comfy chair
-squeeze a ball
-get a drink of water
-close your eyes
-read a book
-think positive thoughts
I use these posters in a processing center
Ugly Christmas Sweater Multiplication and Division Story Problem Art Project
24 ugly sweater story problems
sweater brainstorming sheet
traceable story problem stencils
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-walking in line
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