Making Mistakes Social Narrative – Visual Cue

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If you have students who get upset or angry when making mistakes, this resource is created for you! This making mistakes social narrative created for students with autism or other disabilities to teach the concept of remaining calm and understanding that is OK to make mistakes!

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If you have students who get upset or angry when making mistakes, this resource is created for you! This making mistakes social narrative created for students with autism or other disabilities to teach the concept of remaining calm and understanding that is OK to make mistakes!

This is a one page visual cue with approximately 14 lines of text, and accompanying pictures. Visuals are a great ways to teach skills to early learners.

This story explains:

  • Making mistakes happens to everyone
  • How mistakes help us learn
  • How we can remain calm after making a mistake
  • Strategies such as deep breathing and asking for help

Repeating these expectations to your learners can help them learn coping skills to deal with frustration when making mistakes. Remember that behavior change does not happen overnight. Practice, practice, practice this skill using modeling and positive reinforcement!

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“This was fabulous. Its simplistic so the student could understand it. I used it as a group lesson and individually.” —Karen Ross

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