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Social Skills Stories: Community Skills

Crossing the Street Looking to teach your child/students to cross the street safely and confidently? Look no further than Social Skills Story: Crossing the Street! 

This 11-page social narrative goes step by step in describing how to cross the street, covering everything from checking for traffic to following pedestrian signals. 

Perfect for anyone looking for a boost in their street-crossing skills, this story is sure to help!

Getting a Haircut Are you looking for a way to help your students prepare for getting a haircut? Look no further than the Social Skills Story: Hair Cut! This story describes the steps that accompany getting a haircut, and also includes a "What am I comfortable with?" checklist to help with preparation. This is an essential tool for any teacher or parent who wants to help their students or children overcome sensory challenges associated with haircuts.

Wearing Sunscreen Most people know that they should wear sunscreen to protect themselves from the sun’s harmful rays. But for some, putting on sunscreen can be a sensory challenge. This social narrative describes the steps of putting on sunscreen, as well as why it’s important to wear it in the first place. 

With both spray and lotion options available, there’s sure to be a sunscreen that will work for everyone. So don’t let the Sensory Challenge of putting on sunscreen stop you from getting out there and enjoying the sun!

Using Utensils Looking to improve table manners? Look no further than Social Skills Story: Using Utensils! This 8-page narrative discusses the importance of using utensils when eating, and how others might feel if you don't use them. With helpful tips and beautiful photographs, this story is perfect for anyone looking to improve their table etiquette. So why wait? Pick up a copy today!

Hiding/ If My Parents Don’t Know Where I Am  Leaving your parents without telling them can make them feel scared and out of control. This social narrative explains why it's important to let your parents know where you are, what you're doing, and when you'll be back. It will help your parents feel more at ease knowing that you're safe and sound!

I Can Pay for Things Do your students know how to make a purchase while out in the community?

This 12 page social skills story will teach them how! With step-by-step instructions and accompanying photographs, you'll be able to confidently buy items they need without any trouble.

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