Social Narrative: Putting on a Pad: Editable (Printable PDF )

$3.97 USD

Social Narrative: Putting on a Pad: Editable (Printable PDF )

$3.97 USD
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Be Prepared For Those Awkward Teachable Moments

With Straightforward Social Narratives & Visuals 

📗 This social skills story can be used before an upcoming event or read regularly.  

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

Social Narratives Benefits

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

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

Includes

This story 10-page social narrative describes that describes girls need to use a pad once a month when they get their period.

We keep it simple and just go through the basics... how to open it, where it goes, and how you can practice ahead of time if you need to.

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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Mike Tumblin

I love all of the products that you have , there great learning tools for all, thank you for all y’all do , my Apple 🍎 , the teacher that goes the extra mikes to make a different!

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Manda Foster

This resource was a great help to explain how to use a pad for students who struggle to understand what is happening with their bodies.

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Diana Facundo

Great social story, I use it during counseling sessions with a teen student, he enjoys and understands the story.

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Jennifer Layne Roy

I can't say my student loved this resource because it was giving him information that he didn't want to have to know or conform to. Staff and family loved this resource though. I helped with picking skin and acne and the ease of editing it appropriately for student-specific behaviors (eating scabs) was a Godsend.

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Taylor Watson

Great resource.