Bundle Social Skills for Expected Behaviors – Social Narratives Visual Cues

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Do you struggle to teach expected behaviors and routines in your classroom? This bundle of 18 social narratives on varied topics are perfect for visual learners. Social narratives are a great way to teach early learners or students with autism how to navigate specific social situations and behaviors!

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Do you struggle to teach expected behaviors and routines in your classroom? This bundle of 18 social narratives on varied topics are perfect for visual learners. Social narratives are a great way to teach early learners or students with autism how to navigate specific social situations and behaviors!

Individual Social Narratives Included:

  1. Accepting No: Hearing the word “No” can be triggering to some learners- read this story to promote coping strategies!
  2. Play Time Rules: General expectations for classroom play time with peers.
  3. Winning & Losing: Model how to be a good sport during game time scenarios and tolerate losing.
  4. Sharing: Provide your learners with age appropriate, specific language and behaviors to use when sharing toys during play time, so that they can foster peer friendships.
  5. Following Directions in School: Review general rules of classrooms and school settings to help learners avoid behaviors.
  6. Interrupting & Blurting: Remind learners why these behaviors can be disruptive and offer replacement strategies (e.g., raise hand) to use instead.
  7. Fire Drills: Model how to appropriately exit the classroom during a fire drill and prepare learners for unexpected noises!
  8. It’s OK to Make Mistakes: Provide a positive perspective on why mistakes are helpful to the learning process.
  9. Gym (P.E.) Rules: Review general rules of behavior during a Gym class.
  10. Staying in my Classroom: Explain to learners why staying in the classroom keeps us safe and offer replacement behavior strategies to help avoid safety issues.
  11. Recess Rules: Review general rules of how to play and socialize to help learners succeed during unstructured time.
  12. Expected Behaviors in School: Read about general expectations in school settings such as transitioning quietly, raising hands, etc. to help learners remember behavioral goals.
  13. SIX toileting social stories– Using the potty (girl), Using the potty (boy), a visual checklist of specific steps to follow in the bathroom (one for sitting, one for standing at toilet), going into the bathroom (desensitization), and keeping dry pants. Choose which suits your learners’ needs best!

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Check out this bundle of special education skill and behavior data sheets to monitor your learners’ progress toward their social and play goals!

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