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Social Skills Stories: School Expectations

Recess Recess is a time to have fun and play with friends. it's also a time to learn how to follow rules. This social narrative will help kids understand the rules of recess, so everyone can have fun!

Wearing My Jacket Now that the weather is getting colder, it's time to break out the jackets! This helpful social story will explain when and why you need to wear a jacket, so you can stay warm and dry all season long.

Don't let the cold weather keep you down! With this handy social story, you'll learn when it's appropriate to wear a jacket, so you can enjoy the outdoors no matter what the temperature is.

Stay cozy all winter long with our social skills story about wearing a jacket! You'll learn when it's necessary to bundle up, and how to listen for cues from adults about when to put on a coat.

Bullying Is your child having trouble dealing with bullies? Then they need the Social Skills Story: Dealing With a Bully. This 13 page social skills story will give them the steps to take if they encounter a bully, whether it be at school or on the playground. From standing up for themselves to getting help from adults, this story will teach your child how to deal with bullies in a way that is empowering and positive. So don't let your child feel scared or alone when faced with a bully - give them the Social Skills Story: Dealing With a Bully today!

I’m In a Relationship Social Skills Story: I'm in a Relationship is a handy guide for tweens and young teens who are starting to explore their romantic feelings.

This 10-page story describes the "Rules" that go with having a boyfriend or girlfriend at school. The story focuses on what behavior is appropriate at school, and what behavior you should ask a trusted adult about.

If your child/student is asking about dating rules, or you want to start a conversation about them, this social story is the perfect way to do it!

Elopement This 13-page social narrative discusses why it's important not to leave the classroom without talking to your teacher. 

It also empowers the learners with options of things that can say or do when they feel like they need to "get away". 

Using My Phone This story 11-page social narrative discussed the "rules" associated with bringing your phone to school.

When you can use it, when you cannot... and the importance of putting it away when asked to. 

Lunchroom/ Cafeteria This 11-page social narrative discusses cafeteria/lunch room rules and expectations. 

Lunchroom Rules and Expectations is a great book for students who eat lunch at school.

This book includes pictures and informative text about their time in the lunchroom/cafeteria. What to expect, and what's expected of them. 

The text also teaches readers about how to clean up after themselves while they're there!

Biting This story is perfect for children who have a hard time restraining themselves from biting others. It describes why it's important not to bite and how other people may feel if you do bite them. Plus, it's easy to edit and tailer to your unique needs!

Hair Pulling Looking to teach your child about the importance of social skills? Then look no further than our Social Skills Story: Hair Pulling! This 11-page story is the perfect way to engage and educate your child on the topic, describing why pulling hair is inappropriate and how it can make others feel. With a teacher-led tone, this story is sure to be a hit with both parents, teachers and kids alike!

Respecting School Property Have you ever had a student destroy school property on purpose?

It's frustrating... and sometimes it feels like we're not being heard when we try to talk to these kids about why their behavior is wrong.

This 8 page social narrative helps start the conversation with students on why destroying school property is wrong and how they can show respect for their learning environment. 

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