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Social Narrative: Bullying (Printable PDF)

$3.97
  • Social Narrative: Bullying (Printable PDF)
  • Social Narrative: Bullying (Printable PDF)
  • Social Narrative: Bullying (Printable PDF)
  • Social Narrative: Bullying (Printable PDF)

Social Narrative: Bullying (Printable PDF)

$3.97

Puts the Rules and Expectations of Social Norms Into Your Students' Hands 

Social Narratives Benefits

Feel Relieved Knowing that Whenever Something "Comes-Up," You'll Have the Language and Visuals to Support Them Ready. To. Go. 

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.   This story 14-page social story describes what bullying is, and who you should go to if it happens to you.

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M.S.

Love the stories! These are great social stories to use to help students learn appropriate social skills. I have shared these social stories with other teachers I work with.

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B.H.
Great resource! Love that I was able to edit it.

I ended up adding some extra pages to personalize it more to specific situations that my students have trouble with.

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m.r.
Wonderful!

I read this story to my preschool class since the cold and flu season is upon us! After reading the story we then practiced blowing our nose, throwing away our tissue and washing our hands! Love the photographs that were used to help illustrate. This story has been so helpful. Many friends are remembering to use a tissue!! We even have friends reminding others to use a tissue and wash their hands when they see someone who is picking their nose. :) Hopefully this will continue!! Thank you!!!

T
T.R.
So practical~

This is a practical, much needed resource that is so helpful with assistance a student in learning socially acceptable behavior for a bad habit.

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B.E.
They Spelled "Special" Wrong on the Cover

They spelled "Special Ed" as "Spiecal Ed" in their own company name right on the cover.

Thanks for the feedback, we've updated the cover.