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Social Skills Story: Sleeping at Night: Editable (Printable PDF )

$ 3.97

Social Skills Story: Sleeping at Night: Editable (Printable PDF )

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It's time for bed, little one! This social story beautifully describes why sleep is so important and how best to get a good night's rest.

With real photographs and simple text, this story is perfect for any child who struggles with staying asleep at night.

  • 10 page social skills story 
  • Print and bind into a book, or just read it digitally on any of your devices.
  • Editable Version Saved on Google Slides

Social Narratives Benefits

P.S. If you like this book, you may be interested in checking out our full collection of home life 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! 💻


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Samantha Barr
Extremely satisfied

Just what I needed for one of my students and their family!

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Stephanie Reeves
Thanks!

Very helpful with my student!

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Mary Schwager

This resource was just what I was looking for! I was wanting to find a social story to encourage a kiddo I work with for occupational therapy to use his utensils to eat, but I couldn't come up with the words myself. I am so glad I found this! I did modify some of the pictures to fit more of his preferred foods (which are limited as he has a very restrictive diet), but this was a great jumping-off point. Definitely a resource that you don't think about needing until you really need it, and then you are SO SO glad this one exists!

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Adapted for Teens

Great social narrative about making a purchase. Very well written and nice use of photos. Perfect for community instruction! Thanks.

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marissa aizen

great social story. I added a few more slides like - it's not okay to throw the toys or break the game if I lose. It's not okay to say it's not fair. it's not okay to say - "they cheated".

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