Social Narrative: Crossing the Street: Editable (Printable PDF )

$3.97 USD
Social Narrative: Crossing the Street: Editable (Printable PDF ) Life Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
Social Narrative: Crossing the Street: Editable (Printable PDF ) Life Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
Social Narrative: Crossing the Street: Editable (Printable PDF ) Life Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd

Social Narrative: Crossing the Street: Editable (Printable PDF )

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Be Prepared For Those Awkward Teachable Moments

With Straightforward Social Narratives & Visuals 

 Direct social skills instruction is extremely beneficial to students with special needs. 

📗 These can be used before an upcoming event or read regularly.  

Social Narratives Benefits

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This story 11-page social narrative describes the steps to take to cross the street safely. 

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.

Editable

Want to edit this book? 

Possibly add in a student name or change a picture? 📷

You can do that now! Just click the link in the back of the book and you'll be taken to an editable version saved in google slides! 💻

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Jane E HIxon

Just what I needed to help a student navigate the scary idea of keeping his clothes on while using the bathroom at school!

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Stacie Mueller

One of my students has a very difficult time understanding that she must stop and wait at crosswalks. I've tried other adapted books with cartoon visuals, and I've tried printing my own photos of real crosswalk signals, but it wasn't after we flipped through this book a few times and put the two (my photos and this book) together that she finally started stopping when we approach crosswalks!

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Stacie Mueller

This was the perfect resource to help my mod/severe students understand that saying hello is a friendly form of communication. By showing different ways to say helped my students understand that didn't gestures can have the same meaning. The use of photos of real people was perfect! (And so hard to find!).

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margaret ashlin

Great resource, simple text and clear pictures, great help for the student. Look forward to a positive outcome in a few weeks.

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Catie Krautkramer

This social story was very helpful for our 4 year old son with ASD who is currently refusing to use utensils. We have been reading this before each meal to encourage him to use his spoon, and so far it is helping!