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Social Story: Keeping My Clothes on at School (Printable PDF)

$3.97

Social Story: Keeping My Clothes on at School (Printable PDF)

$3.97

Give you and your students the language and the visuals you need to talk about some of their trickiest behaviors to regulate!

This simple story is an effective behavior management strategy and can teach individuals on the autism spectrum (or other disabilities) how to behave appropriately in social situations.

These social stories give me and my students the language and the visuals to talk about some of their trickiest behaviors to regulate! Thank you so much for providing my students with these awesome behavior management ideas!  I need all the special education behavior management help I can get!!!! #specialed #adapted4specialed

This story 13-page social story describes why it's important to keep your clothes on at school, and what others May think if you decide to take off your clothes in front of them.

Direct social skills instruction is beneficial to students with special needs.  This social story can be used before an upcoming event or read regularly. 

Print and bind into a book, or just read it digitally on any of your devices. 

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J.W.
Great pictures

We put this together last week but haven't had a chance to use it much. My paras and I were very impressed with the photographs. They go well with the feelings in the story, and I anticipate being able to connect this resource with Zones that we already use.

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T.R.
Great Product

Great Product

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M.F.
Just what I needed!

Just what I needed!

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j.k.
A perfect tool

Furry the Penguin was so excited when he saw this little book for his curriculum - he gave it his Furry Approval for Chapter 1

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B.
great resource

This is a great resource and very readable. I'm at a high school and if there were one with photos of older students that would make this even more relate able - I still love it and use it!