Social Skills Story: My Crush Doesn't Feel The Same Way: Unrequited Love: Editable (Printable PDF )

$3.97 USD

Social Skills Story: My Crush Doesn't Feel The Same Way: Unrequited Love: Editable (Printable PDF )

$3.97 USD
Product description

Unrequited love can be tough to deal with, but this helpful social story can make the process a bit easier.

With easy to follow text and a real photographs, kids will understand what's happening and learn some coping strategies.

A great resource for counselors, parents and educators alike.

  • 13 page social skills story
  • editable version saved on Google Slides 

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

Social Narratives Benefits

P.S. If you like this book, you may be interested in checking out our full collection of puberty related social narratives. 

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! 💻

Social Skills Story: My Crush Doesn't Feel The Same Way: Unrequited Love: Editable (Printable PDF )

$3.97 USD
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Mike Tumblin

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Kalicia Beasley
Great item

i teach Special Education students with significant disabilities. The books are amazing! My kids love them and they are a great way to start a conversation with a student!

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Laura C.
Kid friendly!

Great product, easy to use. Kid friendly. Students liked the material

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Silvia H.
Thank you so much!

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Erin P.
Extremely satisfied

This bundle was great for my son. I do wish it included the regular shaving story, along with the electric razor story...but we will likely use an electric razor more frequently. I printed them out and used them in landscape format. I put them in page protectors in a notebook. We have been dealing with male puberty and I loved that these were editable. I edited the bathroom to say "my" bathroom, and I removed the school bathroom page. My son understands the stories at his level. They're simple to read, yet not PECS. I can now remind him that we are in public places and home is private, and he understands what I mean. I know most of these are in a school setting, but I would love to see more stories that can apply to home as well. These are written very matter of fact, and I appreciate that they do not make my son feel "bad" for things currently happening with his body. Thanks! :)

Thank you for your kind words, Erin! We're glad you and your son found the Social Skills Stories: Puberty Bundle helpful. I'll pass along your suggestions for future stories to our team. In the meantime, we hope you continue to find these stories useful in teaching your son during his adolescent years.

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