Social Skills Stories: Social Skills
Greetings Are you looking for a way to teach your child about social skills? Look no further than the Social Skills Story: Greetings.
This 9-page story quickly and easily explains different ways to greet people, from strangers to close friends. It's the perfect way to teach your child how to be polite and respectful in any situation.
Personal Space If you're looking for a way to teach your students/child about personal space, this social narrative is the perfect solution!
Personal Space: A Social Skills Story discusses the importance of giving others their personal space, and how it can make them feel uncomfortable when you don't.
With simple editable text, 9-pages, this story is perfect for young children who are just learning about personal space.
Introducing Social Skills Story: It’s Okay to Lose, a perfect tool for teaching young children and individuals on the autism spectrum how to behave appropriately in social situations.
This 14-page social story describes how to lose gracefully, even though we all prefer to win.
Focusing on direct social skills instruction, which is extremely beneficial to students with special needs. Can be used before an upcoming event or read regularly. Printed and bound into a book, or just read it digitally on any of your devices.
Sneezing: With this social skills story, your students will learn all about the proper way to sneeze so that they can keep themselves and others healthy and safe. With straight forward text and easy to follow visuals, they'll be able to follow along with these simple steps and avoid spreading germs.
Social Skills Story: Silly vs. Serious If you're looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your kids about social skills, look no further than Social Skills Story: Silly vs. Serious.
Passing Gas This helpful social skills story explains why people pass gas and how to react when someone does. Perfect for kids who are just learning about this common occurrence, it can help build confidence and prevent any awkwardness. The 11-page book is available in print or digital form, and an editable version is saved on Google Slides.
Compliments Giving compliments is a great way to show others that you care about them. This social story provides students with16 pages of examples and explanations of how to give the best compliments. Whether you're looking for something before an event or want to read this regularly, this social story is perfect for anyone who wants to improve their social skills!
Sharing If you're looking for a great way to teach your child about the importance of sharing, look no further than the Social Skills Story: Sharing. This 10-page story describes what it means to be good at sharing, and provides examples of appropriate and inappropriate times to share. Additionally, the story offers tips on how to stay regulated when sharing is difficult.
Many Ways to Communicate Looking for a way to teach your students about respect and communication? Look no further than the Social Skills Story: AAC here Are Many Ways to Communicate..
This social story can help kids understand that some people are nonverbal and communicate through gestures, facial expressions, body language, or AAC devices.
No matter how someone communicates, it's important to be respectful and understand their needs.
Direct social skills instruction is beneficial to students with special needs, so this story is perfect for an upcoming event or as part of regular reading material. You can print it out and bind it into a book, or just read it digitally on any of your devices.
Perspective Taking Check out Social Skills Story: Perspective Taking to help your students explore the dynamics that exist between any two or more people. With this story, perspective taking as a social skill gets a much needed update! In today's world, we need to be able to understand neurodiversity and different perspectives if we're going to succeed in life. This story includes strategies to help any person take the perspective of another. So dive in and explore the world of social skills stories with perspective taking today!
Perseveration Are you looking for a way to help your neurodivergent student understand their impressive brain power? Look no further than the Social Skills Story: Perseveration! This story is designed to help students with perseveration understand and use their unique skills in social situations. The story is 16 pages long and can be edited to save on Google Slides.
Listening Good listening skills are so important! This social story helps explain what it means to be a good listener. Through engaging illustrations and simple text, it covers the basics of why listening is important and how to be a good listener. A great tool for teaching kids the importance of paying attention and staying focused.
Swear Words Looking to help your students understand the impact of their words? Social Skills Stories: Swear Words is a perfect resource for any classroom! This book contains fun and engaging social skills stories that discuss the positive and negative effects of swearing. Whether you're looking to curb cursing or simply want to start a conversation about why certain words are hurtful, this book is a must-have!